Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Black Dog USB Linux Server

Nw Hm Prod 06This looks like a pretty cool device.  The Black Dog is a small USB computer that is running Debian, that when authenticated with biometrics launches a X server on the host computer.  Then you can interact with the computer in that way.

I would assume that this will only work if the host computer is set to to support USB networking.  Also I assume that if this computer needs access to the network, the host computer will need to install firewall in bridging mode.

[via Gizmodo]

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1 comment:

  1. The USB networking support comes with XP LINUX and MAC already available. No need to install firewall in bridging mode as BD deploys it's on bridge software. None of this requires admin priv.


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