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    Figured I would come back and do a small update...

    Figured I would come back and do a small update to my progress (or lack thereof, due to work/holiday season/lack of free time). I have since made attempts to get the core OS setup on the PogoPlug Pro...
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    So a few more things to add to this: First off...

    So a few more things to add to this:

    First off I have since gotten photos of essentially the visible hardware I am trying to emulate:...
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    OEM-ish 'back to basics' ARM/GLCD build

    So to start off here, I should note that as time has gone on I have been thinking about doing a CarPC installation in my soon-to-be vehicle. But with around ~5 years of driving experience under my...
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    Sorry for the delayed response. Work has not...

    Sorry for the delayed response. Work has not allowed me much computer time lately. o.x

    With that said, your post gave me a little bit of thought prodding and 'live' live is definitely overkill for...
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    Non-file based database logging?

    Hi there. Hoping I can gain a little bit of help with something I have been trying to wrap my head around. Long story made short I have a likely ~2500 mile (one way) road trip coming up in the next...
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    Belatedly: That isn't going to do anything for...

    Belatedly: That isn't going to do anything for the OP since the hardware itself has no awareness of Windows settings in this case. Best option, and is easily doable in many netbooks/notebooks, is...
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    Raspberry Pi ARM board

    I was linked to this elsewhere and figured I'd share it with the folks here as it has huge potential in the CarPC area as a VERY inexpensive CarPC base that is powerful enough for pretty much all...
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    This is actually very common mitch, especially...

    This is actually very common mitch, especially amongst modern hardware and running a notebook it is expected. In the case of desktop hardware with this 'feature' it is usually the audio chip is...
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    My personal advice would be to set up a regulated...

    My personal advice would be to set up a regulated 120V -> 12V adapter with enough capacity to handle your system and set it up somehow to do a live switchover upon being plugged in. Theoretically...
  10. www.youtube.com/watch?v=26_-0frzrg4 I did up a...

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=26_-0frzrg4

    I did up a short video with the cold boot/shutdown/hibernate/resume times. Granted this doesn't take into account extra software or connected devices, but...
  11. Potential future project involving a Google Cr-48 Chromebook

    Hi guys. I guess this is half an introduction post and half a project brainstorming post. I've lurked the site for ages now and gleamed as much info as I could squeeze into these brain cells. :)
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