Probably best that we stop talking about the SG-1000. As far as I know, I was the only person here using one, and that was for just a few days.
I'll be sticking on 2.3.2-RELEASE-p1 (AMD) on both my AMD boxes until a new release arrives (2.4 might not be far off).
- The SG-2220 down here because it has a Netgate image (notably is not badged Community Edition, has additional Wizards, and possibly some specific tweaks for Netgate hardware), and the only images Netgate release are -RELEASE and -RELEASE-p*. No beta images. When the time comes I will upgrade rather than reinstall.
- The LinITX LinITX APU 1D 4GB (3NIC+USB+RTC) at home because, aside from me being here and it being 160 miles away there, I am really dependant upon it.
I might try to convert my LinITX ALIX 2D2 LX800 (2NIC+USB) box from nano to normal to keep as a back up, but I have rather gone off it, having been forced to rewrite the CF card(s) and reconfigure too many times over the past fortnight. Probably better for me to keep it as-is as a backup for here, and spring for a SG-2440 (gulp) for home, with the APU as a backup.
Or (finally getting somewhat back on topic), what is the current best affordable non APU serial port console (say no to displays and keyboards) amd64 "self build" with at least 3 Intel NICs? I can cope with adding cards, memory, etc, but putting processors onto motherboards or motherboards into cases is something I very much prefer not to do.