Home Internet server

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    Home Internet server device runs embedded Linux
    anon June 03 2004

    Wiscore has introduced a Linux-based device for consumers interested in
    running their own Internet server. The Tenon incorporates email, web,
    and ftp servers, along with a broadband router, hub, and firewall -- all
    in a small, low-power device featuring an embedded Linux architecture
    for high security.

    Tenon's embedded architecture reduces security worries, Wiscore says,
    because much like embedded router/firewall appliances based on Leaf
    project software, the device's root filesystem boots from read-only
    media and can be returned to its original state with a reboot or a push
    of the "return to original state" key ...

    http://www.linuxdevices.com/news/NS3515206484.html

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