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by marsim » Tue, 06 Jan 2009 07:28:33 GMT


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 Hello to everybody,

I'm planning to use android to revive and to experiment with a neoware
thin client; the system has a 32MB Flash, two usb ports, serial and
parallel port, ethernet port and a pci expansion bus.

I would like to build a headless appliance with a web interface and to
use it as an access point (inserting a pci wirelesse card) a file
sharing system using the use and more :-)

Do you think that would be possible to do something with android or do
I have to use something else ?
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by Rupesh Gujare » Tue, 06 Jan 2009 09:20:43 GMT


 Hi,
   Looks like Android will be overkill what you are looking for. Also 32MB
flash is not sufficient for Android RFS.

Regards,
Rupesh Gujare





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by marsim » Tue, 06 Jan 2009 15:13:07 GMT


 What about using a 1Gb usb pen drive ? It should be enough.




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by Rupesh Gujare » Wed, 07 Jan 2009 05:03:17 GMT


 Yes,
  1 GB pen drive is quiet sufficient.

Regards,
Rupesh Gujare







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by venu » Wed, 07 Jan 2009 05:50:11 GMT


 Hi,

Curiosity has prompted me to ask this, do u intend the system boot up
from the 1 Gb USB pen drive ? or would it be combination of flash +
pen drive. ?

Cheers,
Venu









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by Kenneth Degel » Mon, 26 Jan 2009 19:13:47 GMT


 I have a neoware thinclient with 192MB flash, I am wondering if I
would be able to get a vpn client to work with the android?







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