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 ====== PeerHood Device ====== ====== PeerHood Device ======
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 [[PeerHood]] **device** is a user centric computer able to run [[application]]s and [[service]]s that has [[network]]ed communications. The devices is supposed to be a mobile by peerhood designs, but it may be fixed (non-mobile) as well, as a trivial case. [[PeerHood]] **device** is a user centric computer able to run [[application]]s and [[service]]s that has [[network]]ed communications. The devices is supposed to be a mobile by peerhood designs, but it may be fixed (non-mobile) as well, as a trivial case.
  
 Original peerhood development was build upon persona trusted device PTD concept. Original peerhood development was build upon persona trusted device PTD concept.
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 In practice the devices are constrained on linux based systems. Nokia Internet Tabled N810 and linux desktop and laptop computers. In practice the devices are constrained on linux based systems. Nokia Internet Tabled N810 and linux desktop and laptop computers.