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Linutop is a small, light, environmentally friendly Nettop computer containing a metal case and no moving parts, that runs the [1 ] Linutop OS (a customized version of Linux based on the [2 ] Xubuntu and Ubuntu/ GNOME distribution).
A variety of
GTK applications oriented towards web browsing and internet communication are available. Linutop is multimedia-capable and offers line-out/mic-in for sound. The device can be configured easily into a LTSP [3 ] thin client. Linutop is suited for use in internet cafés, public libraries and schools.
History [ edit ]
Linutop 1 [ edit ]
The first device was based on the
ThinCan reference design from Estonian company Artec Group.
Linutop 2 [ edit ]
On February 20, 2008, the company unveiled the Linutop 2
based on the [4 ] FIC ION A603 mini PC (like Works Everywhere Appliance). Linutop 2 had a stronger Geode processor and more memory, allowing it to run OpenOffice.org. It has 512 MB RAM and 1 GB flash memory storage. [5 ]
Specifications [ edit ]
Hardware [ edit ]
AMD Geode LX 700 AMD Geode LX800
Atom N270 previously VIA C7 (x86) Atom N270
Mass storage External Memory (USB Key)
1 GB internal
Flash 2 GB internal Flash
2 GB internal Flash
1Go ext to 2GB
1Go ext to 2GB
USB Ports 4
VGA, resolution max 1920x1440 VGA, resolution max 1920x1440
DVI, res. max 1920x1440 VGA + DVI, res. max 1920x1440
15 x 9,3 x 2,7 cm
14 x 14 x 3,5 cmT
23,5 x 23,6 x 5,5 cm
DC in 9V-1,5A
DC in n 12V-3,3A
DC in 19V
DC in 12V, 3,3A
Linutop OS [ edit ]
Linutop OS 4.0 was based on Ubuntu/GNOME and was been designed to boot on x86 hardware. It contains features designed for business use cases:
Internet kiosk : Full screen, toolbar management, white/blacklist management.
Display kiosk : user can define a playlist loop of URLs, photos, video via a "drag'n'drop interface
One menu setup allowing the user to "lock" the configuration, to backup or restore on bootable USB Key.
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