Huh, my box is DS412+ with the same CPU :) I think you're right, all modern headless i686 (and x86_64) boxes are pretty powerful. We should use glibc in thiszoneofbattle
My box is a DS1512+, which runs an Atom D2700 @ 2.13GHz. It’s fairly powerful for a small headless box, and in general that will be the trend going forwardipsen200
Thanks for your reply! I've been thinking about adding i686 target as well. It is more or less simple to do this, but I'm not sure what libc to chose: uClibczoneofbattle
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