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    Nickname: Mayhem
    E-mail: mayhem (at) linuxathome.net
    Education: Graduate of Bachelor of Technology (Information and Communication Sciences) from Macquarie University (Completed 2002)
    Work: IT Manager for an Australia/New Zealand Retail Company
    System:
       Intel Celeron 600 MHz CPU
       Gigabyte PC133 VIA Chipset Motherboard
       384MB PC133 SDRAM
       ATX Midi Tower Case (modded with Window, Blue Neons and 20x4 LCD display)
       10.2 GB Quantum Fireball Hard Drive
       30.0 GB Seagate Barracuda Hard Drive
       4MB PCI S3 Virge Video Card
       48x Acer CD-ROM
       1.44MB Floppy Disk Drive
       D-Link DFE-530TX+ 10/100Mb Ethernet NIC (eth0 - Cable Modem)
       Skymaster 2000 10/100Mb Ethernet NIC (eth1 - LAN)
    Record Uptime: 180 days

    This cost about $700AUS since it was build partially from new parts and partially from old parts salvaged from older computers. I wanted to have a decent system that could run a dual boot if later required and also a dedicated game server for LAN's that we attend. This setup above would allow me to do all that I want and at a reasonable price.

     

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    Nickname: Xtracable
    E-mail: xtracable (at) linuxathome.net
    Education: University Graduate
    Work: Network Administrator
    System:
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       Generic Motherboard
       64MB EDO RAM
       AT Midi Tower Case
       3.2 GB Seagate Hard Drive
       4MB Cirrus Logic Video Card
       8x Mitsumi CD-ROM
       1.44 MB Floppy Disk Drive
       SMC Etherpower 10Mb Ethernet NIC (eth0 - Cable Modem) - supplied by Optus@Home
       Generic NE2000 10/100Mb Ethernet NIC
    (eth1 - LAN)
    Record Uptime: 97 days

    This system was build completely from parts that I had lying around and also some parts scored from a local council cleanup, it is nothing special but perfect for a server seeing as it doesn't have to run anything that takes huge amounts of processing power. It does the job it was built to do, and that is all that matters.

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