TUX Case is the Acme Systems "physical" version of Tux designed in the far 2006 as a the enclosure for the FOX Board SBC.
Made in limited edition by CAD2001 exclusively for Acme Systems it was created following
the Sergio Tanzilli and Roberto Asquini idea to create a TUX toy that both represents Linux and runs it inside.
TUX case stands seventeen centimeters tall, with a girth of almost 34 cm and is composed of six parts in coloured PVC.
TUX case all over the world is a collection of photos sent by TUX case owners from everywhere who took ispiration from the French movie Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amèlie Poulain. If you have any new photos to add, please email us with a brief decription of the place or an explanation about the site or event
Plastic puppet that resembles the very popular Linux icon TUX drawn by Larry Ewing.
Actually it is the case for the old FOX Board G20.
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