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    I am definately interested. One question though,...

    I am definately interested. One question though, what is the difference between the MD Port-AN1 and their Hi-fi Link product? The number/type of connections? Also, how would you like to get paid?
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    trade? celeron 366

    anyone in the US interested in a trade for a celeron 366?

    i am really just looking for some cool little something or other to fiddle around with.

    (older hardware is okay as long as it works.)
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  3. Thread: Boot up time

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    Get me an EPIA and I'll get you a config. :) ...

    Get me an EPIA and I'll get you a config. :)

    Just kidding (unless someone really wants to).

    Anyway, if you had a good list of your hardware (chipset etc.) I could create you a config, no...
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    Anyone used these receivers before?

    http://www.laipac.com/products/gps.htm

    They are made by a company called Laipac. I already searched the forum and didn't get any hits, so I am wondering what everyone's opinion is. I am...
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    I agree w/hijinks21. Phoenix is a nice...

    I agree w/hijinks21. Phoenix is a nice lightweight version of Mozilla. Opera, Konqueror and Galeon aren't bad either.

    Stine161, just out of curiosity, what hardware do you have that linux won't...
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    Most modern operating systems (Windows and Linux)...

    Most modern operating systems (Windows and Linux) don't use the BIOS for hardware access. DOS did, Raas. Just because the BIOS doesn't see you drive, doesn't mean the OS won't. The only drives...
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    Slightly Off Topic

    This is slightly off topic so flame away if you must.

    I have an Advantech 5820L 3.5 SBC with a CompactFlash slot wired to an IDE channel and an 128MB card in the slot. This past week I built a...
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    gentoo (or one i've rolled myself)

    gentoo

    (or one i've rolled myself)
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    Charles- Thanks for the info. I have actually...

    Charles-

    Thanks for the info. I have actually been following your threads very closely. If I was looking for a Socket 370 SBC, the Wafer 7850 would be a great choice. I assumed the poster was...
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    I love replies to old posts :) I never did...

    I love replies to old posts :)

    I never did find out much more info that what is on the web site. I ended up not purchasing one simply becuase is was too expensive for my blood. Advantech has a...
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    All "modern" operating systems (ie Windows,...

    All "modern" operating systems (ie Windows, Linux, etc., and even DOS) usually implement some sort of read ahead cache/buffer for most, if not all, block devices (cdrom, hard drive, etc.). Also, it...
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    Not to be a kill joy...but there are a couple...

    Not to be a kill joy...but there are a couple issues:

    1) It might be kind of hard to run an Intel processor on a "Socket A" main board.

    2) The chipset does not lend itself to "current"...
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    That's too bad... ;)

    That's too bad... ;)
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    As has been stated before, the actual LCD in the...

    As has been stated before, the actual LCD in the "Redant screen" is made by Sharp. The viewing angle has been optimized to view from above and is actually easier to see from that angle that striaght...
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    Redant 7" widescreen

    Just for grins, I was wondering who all has one of these things? planning on getting one? pics? comments? etc...
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    Thank You. Thank You. Thank You.

    Thank You.
    Thank You.
    Thank You.
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    Web server default page

    This might be a little anal, but it would be nice if you set the default page for the vbulletin directory on the webserver to automagically use the index.php file. It is a lot cleaner than returning...
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    If he already has one, aren't they going to be...

    If he already has one, aren't they going to be jealous?
  19. Thread: small sbc

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    Just to clear the air about the terms being...

    Just to clear the air about the terms being thrown around. PC/104(+) is just a form factor definition (like all the different AT/ATX ones). For the most part, PC/104 defines a STACKABLE ISA bus...
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    I haven't ripped out my head unit yet to find...

    I haven't ripped out my head unit yet to find out. Sorry :(
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    Well, the best "ruler" I had was a tape measure....

    Well, the best "ruler" I had was a tape measure. Using that I measured 6-13/16" W x 4-3/16" H, which translates to about 173mm x 106mm. I forgot to measure the thickness, but would say it is very...
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    Harry, I haven't made it home yet, but I...

    Harry,

    I haven't made it home yet, but I repsonded to your e-mail and it came back undeliverable - User mailbox exceeds allowed size. I guess I'll just post your answer here when I get off work....
  23. One nice thing about this whole "computer in the...

    One nice thing about this whole "computer in the car" idea, is there is fifty different ways to do things (and fifty different people to tell you which is the "right" way :). In a lot of cases, it...
  24. s2000, my requirements are very similar to yours...

    s2000, my requirements are very similar to yours so I thought you might like to hear my progress. I am the guy that ripped apart that LCD and would love to answer any questions that you (or anyone...
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    Okay, I'll bite. I am 23 and work for a startup...

    Okay, I'll bite. I am 23 and work for a startup that is developing a wireless broadband mesh network and the platform on top of it to run different services on. We built our own powerpc (8245)...
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