I've completed and submitted my article on NanoBSD, the "miniature" FreeBSD. At 3000+ words, turned out a bit longer than I had expected, so I hope they won't chop too much of it. NanoBSD works wonders on PC Engines' ALIX series of boards, so I've used some of those as examples for NanoBSD usage. I contacted PC Engines for permission to use one of their photos, and Pascal Dornier, founder of PC Engines, went a step further and shot some custom photos of their equipment for me. Much appreciated. If all goes as planned, the article will appear in issue 5 of iX magazine end of April. I'll keep you posted.

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