In this text, I have a athlon1 available. But it takes a lot of
room, very hot, a lot of noise, and consumes much electricity. I try to
disconnect the fan to see, but the CPU temperature was up to 105 B0 C in 5
minutes. Otherwise, OpenBSD operating nickel above, I installed all the
packets, X-Windows nickel. No problemo.
They gave me 15 minutes a Atom
510mo. I did an install with all the packets, X-windows crash, crash T_T.
Atom 230, 330 is the first generation of the processor. 410, 510 is the
second generation. What is not stated on the website of openbsd.
question and therefore, is that OpenBSD supports a 100%, the atom D510?.
The X server is configured with more time. But there will be no more bugs
or conflicts later, more severe and troublesome.
Nobody has tested this
Thank you for the assistance
My newest atom is this:
OpenBSD 4.6-current (RAMDISK_CD) #149: Mon Sep 14 04:31:59 MDT 2009
cpu0: Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU N270 @ 1.60GHz ("GenuineIntel" 686-class)
real mem = 1064595456 (1015MB)
avail mem = 1024802816 (977MB)
I have not used anything newer than that in the atom family. But what I
have used works fine.
Thank you back, this is a real headache this question. The X7SPA-HF is
very good, full fuctionnality.
I found a little gem , link below.
This card could be an excellent web server: OpenBSD / Nginx
On Thu, 10 Jun 2010 19:35:05 -0400, Daniel Ouellet <email@example.com>