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    I just reread your post, and you referenced...

    I just reread your post, and you referenced depfiles, so you're probably using debian/ubuntu.

    Try this link:...
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    The trick when troubleshooting a compilation...

    The trick when troubleshooting a compilation error is to find what exact file it's choking on. Whenever you see a "No such file or directory" error during compilation, 99% of the time it's because...
  3. Thread: GPS and Music

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    Creative solution. I like it. Nice work!

    Creative solution. I like it. Nice work!
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    That's ok. In fact, once the VM is installed,...

    That's ok. In fact, once the VM is installed, you're probably set anyway in terms of dependencies. Kev000, what do you say?
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    I propose that Kev000 and sama lead the distro...

    I propose that Kev000 and sama lead the distro and frontend, respectively. You both seem to have a good idea of what needs done. Here's to your efforts! :buddy:
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    I've read this thread in it's entirety, and I've...

    I've read this thread in it's entirety, and I've come to these conclusions:
    - There is an abundance of Hardware, Linux, and Programming talent in this forum. This is great.
    - There is a common...
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    That's awesome. Tell me (us) more about your...

    That's awesome. Tell me (us) more about your system, distro, and any specific tweaks you've done.

    Thanks!
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    I care, and thank you. I'm slightly stuck with...

    I care, and thank you.

    I'm slightly stuck with my TinyGentoo environment in getting a minimal xorg working. My kernel + initrd with a full busybox, screen, dropbear (ssh server) is 3.7MB...
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    Man, if that had VGA output... I know it's a...

    Man, if that had VGA output...

    I know it's a home a/v box, but still.

    Looks pretty sweet.
  10. Thread: What frontend?

    by Geese
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    I have to agree. 255 0 0 is hard on the eyes!...

    I have to agree. 255 0 0 is hard on the eyes! :tard:
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    I'm going to trying hacking pyCar to suit my...

    I'm going to trying hacking pyCar to suit my needs

    (thanks jBors...http://www.pymedia.org)
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    I'll be able to see in about two weeks. I'm...

    I'll be able to see in about two weeks. I'm going to try IG3 in wine, cedega, cvscedega, and crossover office and hope one of them "just works".

    My TinyGentoo platform is coming along nicely. ...
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    All of the above!

    All of the above!
  14. Thread: HQCT Driver.

    by Geese
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    In my experience with Linux in the last 8 years...

    In my experience with Linux in the last 8 years or so, the projects that people *use* are typically the ones that get you 99% of the way there. For better, or for worse.

    The writers of Samba...
  15. Thread: Digital Dash

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    It really depends on that interface. Is that app...

    It really depends on that interface. Is that app really tied to windows? Or is it just a general interface to the serial port data coming in?

    When you described small, configurable, fast boot,...
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    That VoomPC barebones looks very nice. $300 for...

    That VoomPC barebones looks very nice. $300 for the case, psu, and mobo/cpu is decent.

    To give you an idea:
    I run an EPIA MII12000 with 256MB of RAM, USB laptop enclosure, and USB DVD enclosure,...
  17. Thread: Nissan Versa

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    Ok, super bonus option: - Relocate the AC...

    Ok, super bonus option:
    - Relocate the AC controls to the cupholder area, and fabricate the LCD into the space where the AC controls were.
  18. Thread: Nissan Versa

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    Three options, really: - Get a single-din...

    Three options, really:
    - Get a single-din slideout unit from digitalww.com and put it in the cubby above the radio
    - Get a single-din aftermarket headunit, put it in the cubby above the radio. Put...
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    Did you open the case? If so, you're out of luck...

    Did you open the case? If so, you're out of luck on the warranty. Call up Xenarc and ask for a quote on exactly what you need. They're pretty good about selling replacement parts for people like...
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    Buh-dump, tcsh!!! (get it? get it?) :lol:

    Buh-dump, tcsh!!!

    (get it? get it?) :lol:
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    Nothing really that noticeable. When you drag...

    Nothing really that noticeable.

    When you drag the screen around in 3D mode, there is about a 1/2 second redraw time. This is compared to about a 1/4 of a second in XP. Behaves the exact same...
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    Nevermind. Just got one directly from Xenarc for...

    Nevermind. Just got one directly from Xenarc for $31 shipped. Thanks.
  23. Sticky: Replacement Housing

    If you lose/break your plastic outer case, you can get a replacement directly from Xenarc for US $25 plus $6 shipping**. (700TS or TSV).

    Simply call: 714-546-1018 ext 2 for Tech support.

    **May...
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    WTB: Xenarc 700TS Housing

    Would like to buy another housing for my 7" Xenarc 700TS. My current housing is fiberglassed into my old car, and I would like to make a similar custom dash out of a new housing for my new car. I...
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    Well, it appears that wineserver likes to consume...

    Well, it appears that wineserver likes to consume 60K of memory every few seconds. The iGuidance process stays rock solid, though. This means that it can't be run for more than 2 hrs or so without...
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