Another very good replacement for the NSLU2 is the SheevaPlug.
http://en.wikipedia .org/wiki/ SheevaPlug
It's en excellent little box running a 1.2 Ghz arm processor, 512 MB SDRAM, 512 MB Flash and the ability to plug an SD-card to run the OS from instead for internal flash.
I use this little box to host my SqueezeboxServer (currently hosting some 1200 albums) and it can easily be used as a webserver, fileserver, torrenthost etc.
Specs (from wiki):
Type Plug computer
Release date March 2009 (2009-03)
Operating system Debian (since rev. 1.2), Ubuntu
Power 2.3w idle no attached devices, 7.0w running at 100% CPU utilization
CPU 1.2 GHz ARM Marvell Kirkwood 88F6281
Storage capacity External hard drive/SDIO card/flash disk
Memory 512MB SDRAM, 512MB Flash
Connectivity USB 2.0, SD, Gigabit Network, JTAG mini USB
Dimensions 110 x 69.5 x 48.5 (mm)
--- In nslu2-linux@ yahoogroups. com, Harsh <harshbaste@ ...> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I just got myself a WDTV live and to my utter surprise, this also seems like a pretty hackable little 'puter. Its roughly the same size as the NSLU2, except has much more processing power and memory (http://b-rad. cc/974/wdtv- live-unboxing- undressing/ comment-page- 2/).
> Was surprised to also see this: http://ipkg. nslu2-linux. org/feeds/ optware/wdtv/
> Which comes to my question - has anyone on this forum attempted custom firmware mods on this device and compared them with the NSLU2? Any plusses and minuses observed?
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