Cold weather operators, how do you keep the 'puter warm?
Temp dipped below -17 c last night. Took 20 mins for the puter to warm up enough to boot.
I don't mind the 60-odd second boot times, but 20 mins isn't going to cut it (puter is in the trunk and seperate from the passenger compartment).....
So, has anyone implemented a "warming method" for cold weather operations? Just something to get it up and running as it's more than capable of keeping itself warm once started (as we all know!).
I need to come up with a solution as teh temps stay low for extended periods of time here (as in months) and very often -17c can be the high.
I've got a few "switchable" electric heating options running around my head, but would like to see if anyone has gone down this road before.