Justin James is building a low-energy UNIX server using the fanless eWay TK-63T bare bones system. Once he finishes the build, he'll run IPCop to act as a router, gateway, virus scanner, spam filter, firewall, VPN gateway, and more. In this gallery, Justin introduces us to the eWay TK-63T and walks through the hard drive installation.
For a complete description of his experience ordering the TK-63T and installing the hard drive, check out his TechRepublic article, Get to know the versatile eWay TK-63T--and install a hard drive yourself.
The box and drive CD-ROM for the TK-63T
Credit: Justin James and Marilyn Kay
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