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== Interesting Barebones ==
 
== Interesting Barebones ==
* [[Asus Pundit]] ([http://www.asus.com/products/desktop/pundit/overview.htm URL])<br>Quite a few people use this system, be sure you do not get it's newer brother Pundit-R, since not all of the hardware is supported under Linux. See [http://gossamer-threads.com/lists/mythtv/users/68306 this] and [http://gossamer-threads.com/lists/mythtv/users/67638 this] thread.
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* [[Asus Pundit]] ([http://usa.asus.com/products.aspx?l1=1&l2=3&l3=0&model=1087&modelmenu=1 URL])<br>Quite a few people use this system, be sure you do not get it's newer brother Pundit-R, since not all of the hardware is supported under Linux. See [http://gossamer-threads.com/lists/mythtv/users/68306 this] and [http://gossamer-threads.com/lists/mythtv/users/67638 this] thread.
 
* Asus Pundit-R - Fully supported with minimal effort using Ubuntu.
 
* Asus Pundit-R - Fully supported with minimal effort using Ubuntu.
 
* Asus Terminator
 
* Asus Terminator

Revision as of 14:03, 26 October 2006

Barebones systems are computer cases that already contain a motherboard. Most of these system are rather small, and therefore have the motherboard built in, so they can be great if you don't want a big clunky beige box. Sometimes other peripherals are also called "Barebones".

Interesting Barebones

  • Asus Pundit (URL)
    Quite a few people use this system, be sure you do not get it's newer brother Pundit-R, since not all of the hardware is supported under Linux. See this and this thread.
  • Asus Pundit-R - Fully supported with minimal effort using Ubuntu.
  • Asus Terminator
  • Shuttle XPC M1000
  • Shuttle XPC M2000
  • Shuttle XPC mini X100
  • Msi Mega Pc 180 / 651 / 865 /