NetBSD found on actual toasterBy Chris Williams. Published: 11th Aug 2005, 15:41:25 | Permalink | Printable
ARM9 keeps its coolA toaster running NetBSD on a 200MHz embedded ARM9 board has delighted crowds at the LinuxWorld Expo in San Francisco.
An adage long associated with NetBSD is that the venerable, open source Unix OS will run on anything from data centre class machines to your kitchen toaster. This particular toaster from Technologic Systems includes ethernet and USB, can play MP3s, serve web pages and toast bread.
See the link below or INQ's photo if you're still skeptical.
Technologic Systems Designs NetBSD Controlled Toaster
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