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    Yeah, in my case, you have the sun beating down...

    Yeah, in my case, you have the sun beating down on the frame of the car, and the PC is only an inch or two from that spot. In your case, you're fairly well protected from the sun heating your...
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    I'm using an M4ATX PSU... but I've never recorded...

    I'm using an M4ATX PSU... but I've never recorded an ambient temperature anywhere near 72C. As I said, the highest ambient I've seen was 57C.
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    hmm... 106F ambient, what was it where you were...

    hmm... 106F ambient, what was it where you were storing your computer (ambient)?

    106F is only 41.11C. While active, your pic shows it was 161F (71.6C), which is something you may be concerned...
  4. It's an old question, but looking at the later...

    It's an old question, but looking at the later pages, I saw no answer... so here you go:

    The modprobe stuff goes into a "modprobe rule" file, which goes into the folder /etc/modprobe.d - for...
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    Update: (1) both portions of the svn project...

    Update:

    (1) both portions of the svn project have been successfully converted to cmake
    (2) nscan-qt is mostly finished at this point... I had to abandon the use of QFileSystemWatcher, as it was...
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    I can't read much of that... this board's code...

    I can't read much of that... this board's code tags seem to be broken, the horizontal scroll bar is all the way at the bottom of the box
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    Well, you apparently _did_ write to something....

    Well, you apparently _did_ write to something. You may have the receive endpoint wrong, though... How do you know what you're sending is correct? Did you use a USB-sniffer of some sort with the...
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    Ok... one other thing comes to mind How do you...

    Ok... one other thing comes to mind

    How do you know that data is immediately available after sending the request? What if it takes some time? Can you run a select() on libusb to let you know that...
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    Nagging suspicion: reply.at(0) is signed, and...

    Nagging suspicion: reply.at(0) is signed, and you're comparing it to a byte with the MSB set. I do not see your sample output in your post, but that's what strikes me.

    EDIT: Don't you compile with...
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    I think I can sign up for some of that... It...

    I think I can sign up for some of that...

    It seems ng2 is moving towards utilizing qt4, so I'll go ahead and re-write nscan to utilize qt4 (specifically, this) rather than inotify. As I understand...
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    Poll: ... and yet at the same time, as you yourself...

    ... and yet at the same time, as you yourself stated, these functions can be placed in plugins to make it cross platform and not lose any functionality. The trick is in the implementation - how do we...
  12. I've used one in the past. I've used quite a few...

    I've used one in the past. I've used quite a few remotes on it with no issues. It receives from 38 - 56 KHz, but only transmits at 38 KHz (though I doubt you need transmit in this case).

    I'll look...
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    Ouch... sorry to hear about that. I remember you...

    Ouch... sorry to hear about that. I remember you kept trying to get me to buy one of those :)... glad I didn't have the cash at the time.

    Really, are there any good, usable screens out there?...
  14. Ditto... seems the email system for mp3car is...

    Ditto... seems the email system for mp3car is down?
  15. better question: why not?

    better question: why not?
  16. Well, seeing as the SDK has been released, I've...

    Well, seeing as the SDK has been released, I've pumped out a library that should allow developers to control the thing under linux. Of course, without a device to test with... I don't really know if...
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    I'm not going to be able to make this one, but...

    I'm not going to be able to make this one, but I'd still like to keep in touch
  18. I've got the same problem, and I can't access the...

    I've got the same problem, and I can't access the new list at all. I'll PM you my name and email as well
  19. I don't think we're too upset by this... In my...

    I don't think we're too upset by this... In my case, I've set a point in time where it's either a go/no go as far as the screen goes... until then, I busy myself with other things that need doing. We...
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    Hmm... long drive in my case to be rained out......

    Hmm... long drive in my case to be rained out... any alternate ideas in case of rain?
  21. Thread: Linux Frontend?

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    nGhost does not yet have GPS support yet. The...

    nGhost does not yet have GPS support yet. The devs are toying around with various options at the moment. Evil Car PC envisions it in the future, but it's a distant future (optimistically speaking,...
  22. Thread: Linux Frontend?

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    I can name several linux frontends: nGhost...

    I can name several linux frontends:

    nGhost - Relatively mature frontend at this point. Utilizes C++, mysql (or sqlite, depending on your plugin), SDL and libtool. Can be configured remotely if...
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    Sticky: Evil Car PC (http://evilcpc.sf.net) ...

    Evil Car PC

    Cross-platform (linux, freebsd, mac, windows, solaris, etc) C++ app utilizing Qt and an extensive plugin system. Utilizes a unique plugin communication system that allows plugins to...
  24. Cool - hopefully won't go so far as to require a...

    Cool - hopefully won't go so far as to require a kernel recompile (or module recompile) - I'll scrounge around the FTDI docs for information on how to do that. Anyways, I'll find out what the scope...
  25. Ok, I think I can live with both answers - I'll...

    Ok, I think I can live with both answers - I'll just make sure that I can reach a USB plug to disconnect from the CPC and into a laptop running windows, and I probably wouldn't mind going through...
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