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  1. Sticky: Lilliput on Linux with eGalax drivers on unsupported distributions

    I wrote a guide on how to get the eGalax drivers working with Debian GNU/Linux and it's relatively general so it's applicable to other linux distributions. I know a link has been posted elsewhere on...
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    Thanks for the mirror

    Wow guys! Thanks for the kind words. Sorry about the shotty hosting- I like having control of my own server. It's now hosted off a Time Warner Cable cable modem and probably won't be much more...
  3. Lilliput Linux Drivers

    Hello, I managed to hack the makefiles enough to get the drivers at egalax's site to work on Debian Sarge with a 2.6.8 kernel. I found the touchkitusb module to not work at all. Did you use...
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    I know not too many of you guys use linux but I'd...

    I know not too many of you guys use linux but I'd like to know if these "USB GPS Mice" units work with gpsdrive on linux, or other platforms. If anyone has one of these (...
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    No, VLC certainly isn't very "carputer" friendly....

    No, VLC certainly isn't very "carputer" friendly. I don't know much about media engine (I run linux on all my machines) but you might trying getting in touch with a developer or getting support or...
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    I'm not sure becuase I don't own the board but I...

    I'm not sure becuase I don't own the board but I might be able to offer some insight although it may not be true with this board. I answered a similar question and after scouring the MII10000 manuals...
  7. 1. 5 meters, http://www.usb.org/faq/ans5/ This...

    1. 5 meters, http://www.usb.org/faq/ans5/ This applies to both USB 1.0/1.1 and USB 2.0

    2. As far as VGA cable lengths go, I don't know of any hard and fast rule. Basically the shorter the better....
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    What cases?

    First off I'm a bit confused what cases you're talking about, if you could specify I may be able to answer you. As far as the difference between the Carentix and the ITPS I've read on these forums...
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    Dunno

    I don't know, I've never looked for one... just find a really cheap enclosure and tear that apart for the IDE to Firewire bridge or maybe not [that's always been my solution (in my head at least...
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    Thanks Insight

    Be careful with hijackthis :-) it's one of the tools that you need to know what you're doing to use it effectively or at least research what you're doing, I didn't mention it for this reason but it's...
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    My pleasure :)

    My pleasure :)
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    Clarifications

    There's ATA133 which is 133 Megabytes per second. Beware the MB (megabytes) and Mb (megabits) difference being 8 bits to the byte. So basically Firewire 800 is 100 Megabytes per second and USB 2.0 at...
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    My suggestion is for the hardware you own, get an...

    My suggestion is for the hardware you own, get an ammeter and measure the actual current draw and using P = V * A (power = voltage[volts] times current [amps] assuming DC current). Do this carefully...
  14. Yep that was going to be my suggestion. You can...

    Yep that was going to be my suggestion. You can pick this stuff up at pretty much any department, home improvement or auto supply store. It's cool stuff, it's kind of like an epoxy (except no mixing)...
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    Well....

    I looked through the documentation and I surprisingly couldn't find much about this but I *think* you're mistaken. I don't think you can use those three video outputs concurrently. My best guess...
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    Honestly, a consumer firewall's not going to do...

    Honestly, a consumer firewall's not going to do much. If you've already gotten adware/malware downloaded on to your computer, putting a firewall in place isn't going to help much because your...
  17. Well at least I served to refresh your memory as...

    Well at least I served to refresh your memory as to the source of the data.
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    Good to hear that Pabs. I had seen people...

    Good to hear that Pabs. I had seen people screaming power requirements left and right all the time... I always wonder if people actually ever read the data sheets provided with their components or...
  19. Look at the PDF quasi-buried on VIA's page

    Buried on VIA's site is a PDF about the C3 Nehemiah core processor's specifications. Here's the link: http://www.via.com.tw/en/Products/C3/VIA_C3_Nehemiah.zip On page 69 of the PDF section 6-1 ...
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    Where did you purchase your board? Also I notice...

    Where did you purchase your board? Also I notice that after looking in to the audio situation a little more you CAN apparently get a TC board with Via's VT1616 audio chip, as far as actual...
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    Possible way to save money and get a free case! :-P

    Forget paying $30 for a converter. Those may be good solutions but often times it may just be easier to buy an extern IDE to USB 2.0 enclosure. I found a few on pricewatch for $15 or so. I haven't...
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    No one uses the EPIA-TC1000 or TC600, why?

    I am trying to sift through the pros and cons of the different form factors, options, expandablitiy, flexibility, power, heat issues of a specific motherboard/processor combination and I'm surprised...
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