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    What is GCS? And why would you want to remove...

    What is GCS? And why would you want to remove components from the board? Or are you talking about removing the BIOS?
  2. Why would you put a KB and LCD in your steering...

    Why would you put a KB and LCD in your steering wheel?

    The wires are going to get all tangled up unless you run concentric rings for each data line. The LCD alone is going to use about 30 data...
  3. I might be able to help you figure out what they...

    I might be able to help you figure out what they are. You'll have to disassemble the housing and tell me what kind of LCD it is though.

    The Serial connector is most likely for the touchscreen. ...
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    Yep - when you want to optimize resume/suspend...

    Yep - when you want to optimize resume/suspend times (if your hardware can't do it like on x86) you should limit/reduce your ram. It's a trade-off because you can't load as many apps, etc. But...
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    Cool! Are those as good as my Pyramid? (j/k,...

    Cool! Are those as good as my Pyramid?

    (j/k, I personally think the Pyramid sounded pretty good) - does anyone remember them?
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    DS tried to come after us for mentioning their...

    DS tried to come after us for mentioning their "name" on our website (search for "drivesoft" and you'll see a Dashwerks link). We told them/him that we were using their name legally per fair-use...
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    Oll30 - Was machts du? Dieses auto nichts...

    Oll30 -

    Was machts du? Dieses auto nichts sind Deutscher! Ich mochte Deutsches auto nur!

    Jokes aside, I've owned Japanese, several American(Chevy _and_ Ford), and German cars. Of them, I've...
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    How long is your cable? If you extend a data...

    How long is your cable? If you extend a data wire more than a foot or two, you'll need to boost the signal (which is a lot of work and not worth the effort).

    For example, you can't extend an IDE...
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    New Car time - need help deciding...

    Ok, I'm going to buy a new car - something in the 30-40k range.

    At this point, I'm weighing a Bimmer 330c/x/i or a new VW Touareg. I like that the bimmer has the iBus; but the Touareg that we...
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    Does that board have PSE support? The older...

    Does that board have PSE support? The older SWSUSP code required it. As such, it wouldn't work with the Via Epia-M.

    "cat /proc/cpuinfo"

    will tell you if you have pse support under the "flags"...
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    Yellowfellow - it sounds like you're using an old...

    Yellowfellow - it sounds like you're using an old soldering iron, an iron with a bad/old tip, or possibly a very low power soldering iron.

    I paid about $40 for a Weller, and it's definitely worth...
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    You could run linux on that hardware without any...

    You could run linux on that hardware without any problems. What processor is on the SBC? If it's PXA based, you'll need to cross compile DashPC for that processor. If it's PXA270, I think linux is...
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    Pretty diverse here: Carputer as the HU. ...

    Pretty diverse here:

    Carputer as the HU. Alpine MRVF400 amp (50x4) driving 4 Boston Acoustic separates (front and rear) - 8 speakers total. Using a Bazooka BTA10200 for the subs and a 40GB iPod...
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    What kind of car do you have? Is it a Sedan or...

    What kind of car do you have? Is it a Sedan or Hatchback?

    We have an BTA10200 in our car and it Rocks. The instructions say to put it in the rear right corner of the trunk, with the woofer/port...
  15. o33lo, you can use the VSS wire of your vehicle...

    o33lo, you can use the VSS wire of your vehicle (yes, even yours). The Vehicle speed sensor is an Pulse wire that varies the pulses with the speed. Using some simple electronics, you can interface...
  16. Most is firewire isn't it? Or am I thinking...

    Most is firewire isn't it?

    Or am I thinking about idb-1394?
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    WINE is not an emulator. That's what the...

    WINE is not an emulator. That's what the W.I.N.E. stands for actually Wine Is Not Emulator.

    It's a way to run Windows Apps at the same speed as if they were native to a Windows box.
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    What kernel version is the swsusp2 patch made...

    What kernel version is the swsusp2 patch made for? If it's a recent kernel 2.6.x, you might be able to force the patch and then just fix the errors.

    Usually a patch that works cleanly on kernel...
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    You need to provide +12v to one of the lines that...

    You need to provide +12v to one of the lines that goes into the "white box" on the picture. You need to provide GND to the other line that goes into that same "white box" on the picture on the...
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    Excellent circuit Kyferez! Based on it's...

    Excellent circuit Kyferez! Based on it's ratings, it would work perfectly with a tank battery such as our Carputer Tank Battery

    Can people use a battery similar to ours with your circuit?
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    I think that people that drive cars are very...

    I think that people that drive cars are very afraid of having _any_ Microsoft technology in their vehicles.

    There is a major stigma that Microsoft needs to overcome if they want consumers to trust...
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    What kernel version are you using Thellama? I...

    What kernel version are you using Thellama?

    I can post a patch here if you're using 2.6

    cheers,
    CB
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    There really isn't an 'easy' way to learn Linux. ...

    There really isn't an 'easy' way to learn Linux. The best way to learn is it just commit to it. You can't learn something unless you really want to.

    Here are a few tips:

    a) if you know DOS...
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    Does anyone on here remember an old Phrack...

    Does anyone on here remember an old Phrack article about wiring your alternator up to a coat-hanger and shocking the car in front of you? It talked about a way to hook up some component of your...
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    You should look at the sources at: ...

    You should look at the sources at: www.snex9x.com They're open-source and you should be able to adapt them to almost any operating system easily.
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