Raspberry Pi-like Box That Runs OpenBSD?
I had a Soekris at one point and really liked it as a small little device to hack on.
I was thinking of getting another one, though I've looked with envy at the Raspberry Pi. The Pi is $35...Soekris is $150-200.
I see PC Engines makes some Alix boards....more like $100-125 for the cheapest.
Anyone else I should look at?
I don't have any firm requirements...network, serial console is fine, USB is nice, and some kind of storage (preferably not soldered on), and supported by OpenBSD.
Just enjoyed having a small little box to play with.
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