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    That Y-Connector works, but it can cause problems...

    That Y-Connector works, but it can cause problems if one component fails. It would still be nice to have a built in solution. I know the latest version of PulseAudio (the linux audio stack) supports...
  2. If you have intergrated GPS in the device, you...

    If you have intergrated GPS in the device, you can use the GPS signal to grab the time. But that would be in the NMEA protocol...
  3. What about using some of those GPIO pins for...

    What about using some of those GPIO pins for putting it into a low power state. That way if your phone ever runs out of battery or something similar, it still goes into sleep (and not while you are...
  4. For the steering controls, you could just use...

    For the steering controls, you could just use this: http://www.kobakant.at/DIY/?p=3310
    Its smaller, easier to set up, and supports dedicated media keys.
  5. +1 on the arduino. They are cheap, easy to...

    +1 on the arduino.

    They are cheap, easy to use, and stupidly simple to program. Plus they interface rather well with pretty much any sensor. I currently have mine rigged up as a tach.
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    The transreflective is a bit outside my budget....

    The transreflective is a bit outside my budget. But I am planning on the high brightness model. I have tweaked and tinkered with my system, and it boots xp and Centrafuse in about 45 seconds. I don't...
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    Planning my first carPC

    Ok, I have been tweaking and tinkering with a bunch of frontends recently, and I have settled on Centrafuse. It seems to have the best support and best looking frontend. (although if anyone has any...
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