[tahoe-dev] GlobalScale Technologies - Any known-to-work devices?

Jack Lloyd lloyd at randombit.net
Thu Mar 17 16:43:50 UTC 2011

On Thu, Mar 17, 2011 at 10:14:21AM -0600, Jody Harris wrote:
> http://www.globalscaletechnologies.com/default.aspx
> Does anyone know if any of the plug devices in this category are
> known-to-work with Tahoe?
> I have one known host for a remote storage node, but I'm looking for
> an appropriate low-power, low-space, low-maintenance, low-noise, low-cost
> host machine for the node. These units are ideal, but unknown.

Not really answering your question, but:

Zooko mailed me a Sheevaplug last week for doing some crypto
optimization work on. (On which an initial note remains half-written
but will get sent to the list at some point).

I haven't installed Tahoe yet because I do not have a USB drive with
an external power supply (the only one I have powers itself off the
USB line and I doubt the plug has enough juice to run that reliably),
and even with an extra 1 Gb SD card installed it's a bit cramped

I believe at least one person has run Tahoe on ARM in the past. And
Crypto++, which IIRC is the biggest (non-Python) piece of C/C++ in the
Tahoe stack, seems to be functioning well on the ARMv5.


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