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kimhav

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Project LPWS
« on: 2007.06.10, 11:04:44 »
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Posted by Administrator - Friday, 23 June 2006


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Share your comments and thoughts about Kim Foder's LPWS-project; there are also comments in the old forum and the thread can be found here.

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Project LPWS on line again
« Reply #1 on: 2007.07.14, 22:52:43 »
Hi

After being off line for almost one year, the LPWS server is online again.

On 15. of July 2006 I had a fire in the roof of my house, and was forced to find a temporary housing. Now my house has been reconstructed and the LPWS server has been online since April, at first as a stability test, but now for good.

Please observe : Project LPWS has gotten a new IP address, and can now be reached on : http://lpws.mine.nu.

The Project LPWS article has also been updated.

Kim Foder
« Last Edit: 2007.07.14, 22:55:46 by Kif »

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Re: Project LPWS
« Reply #2 on: 2008.03.05, 23:04:49 »
Speaking of low voltage system; the Spud server must be one of the coolest projects:


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Re: Project LPWS
« Reply #3 on: 2008.03.06, 00:53:33 »
LPPW? low potato power webserver?  ;D

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Re: Project LPWS on line again
« Reply #4 on: 2008.11.08, 04:36:05 »
LPWS?

If you really want lower power comsuption, low noise and a small and power server on a very powerful but tiny system take a look at installing ecomstation on a EEPC Series. It works great as a webserver....obviously running on ecomstation rc5

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Hi


After being off line for almost one year, the LPWS server is online again.

On 15. of July 2006 I had a fire in the roof of my house, and was forced to find a temporary housing. Now my house has been reconstructed and the LPWS server has been online since April, at first as a stability test, but now for good.

Please observe : Project LPWS has gotten a new IP address, and can now be reached on : http://lpws.mine.nu.

The Project LPWS article has also been updated.

Kim Foder

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Re: Project LPWS
« Reply #5 on: 2008.11.08, 05:04:07 »
Hi flembcke,

Keep in mind that when Kif started his project, there was no eePC. ;)

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Re: Project LPWS
« Reply #6 on: 2008.11.08, 05:24:02 »
Or the VIA C7-M based products with an Idle TDP of 100mW and a max TDP of 7.5W under load (1.6ghz)