Mmm, smell that turn of the millennium technology!
If the images were all full height strips this would be easier, but the Risc PC and Linux machines sharing a "strip" makes me nostalgic for table layouts!
The CMS is the main sticking point as it prettifies the HTML, which adds gaps in to the layout - so I'm dumping this straight into the database. And the text has to get edited down on very small screens because duh, they're small. But in general it appears to work!
This is a Windows 2000 PC with a 2Ghz P4, 512MB memory and a 40GB HDD. Although it was built by the same people as the Linux server, this has a floppy drive, a Zip drive, and a DVD/CD RW combo drive.
New Apple G4 - sadly only on loan for testing purposes.
This is my Acorn RiscPC with a 200Mhz StrongARM processor, 48MB memory (+2MB VRAM) and a 30GB HDD. It's the lowest spec machine on paper, but it's my main workhorse for coding, graphics etc. It also has RISC OS 4.02 and a 10/100bT network card fitted.
Linux server running on an AMD 1.4Ghz Athlon, 512MB memory and 50GB storage. This handles Web, FTP and mail. Note lack of CD and floppy in the front!
A HP Photosmart 1115 photographic quality printer, with Smartmedia and Compact Flash/IBM Microdive readers built in so it doesn't have to be connected to a computer to print.