Tiny Shuttle Computer case
sdavmor at systemstheory.net
Tue Dec 1 18:36:50 UTC 2009
> sdavmor wrote:
>> Karl F. Larsen wrote:
>>> sdavmor wrote:
>>>> Karl F. Larsen wrote:
>>>> While I haven't used these Shuttle systems, a few years ago
>>>> one customer of mine was using similar compact systems for
>>>> Linux servers in their dry-cleaning stores.
>>> Dry cleaner stores run Hot! They use a lot of bad for computers
>>> liquid's that become a gas. I imagine ANY computer would fail
>>> fast in a Dry Cleaners!
>> Even a very clean, "green" dry cleaner is an environment that is
>> hard on computer equipment. It's a constant battle to monitor
> I wouldn't assume they had the computer set up in the dry cleaning
> area of the business. Did you?
It depends on the store and it depends on how complex their setup
needs to be. Some locations will have a Linux server in an a/c
office. Some may also have computers in other locations. i.e. on
the assembly bay, or near the back of the store for a use by the
driver of a pickup & delivery route van. Both of which would be
in proximity to cleaning and pressing equipment.
We generally pull equipment from stores after 2 years, unless it
is a customer for whom money is tight in which case they might
keep the iron in use longer than that.
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