23726Re: [nslu2-linux] Re: Marvell SheevaPlug Port --- Has anybody seen this?
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> 35W! Wow, that is an hog energy compared to a slug at 6W with a network driveActually, that's the consumption for the entire stack --- the SheevaPlug
> :) No wonder, the reports, the plug has been running rather hot.
itself is using 5W or so. That includes two USB hard drives, a powered
USB hub, an ADSL modem and a WRT54GL. The SheevaPlug itself uses about
half the power of an NSLU2 (although this will go up if you add lots of
> When you added the modules, which stream did you use? aptware? Is there anI'm not using Optware. This is a pure Debian installation.
> easy way for me to look at that stream listing from my slugosbe, to see which
> modules are available and what versions. Thanks.
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