HP T5000 thin client conversion to car pc :)
I have an old HP T5000 thin client, which is loaded with an HP Remote logon software - I have managed to get it loading a linux install from a USB stick, and was looking at different front ends I could run, if only centrafuse was linux based :(
Anyway, at the moment the machine has a 44pin connection on the board with a 64MB flash card installed - I'm planning on removing this, and buying a 44pin CF card converter, then getting a 64GB cf card, installing linux to the card, and then getting everything else working, however I'm in a bit of a tiz over what type of CF card to get - I've heard and read lots of things - some say that you only need a 4GB sandisk extreme III card to boot from, then install a USB HDD for music etc....
What do you think would be the ideal? My current win7 Centrafuse system only has about 12GB of music on it, so I'm guessing I could go for 16GB CF card, but what do I need to look for when it comes to speed and quality etc - or is a CF card the wrong option - should I just install a laptop HDD in to and run it like that?