Hey guys, just stopping by to say that I updated my Linux CarPC page:
This time with an (almost complete)software walkthrough:
There's a couple of vid clips to show how the interface works too.
Let me know what you guys think.
Hmm makes linux look like a good posibility. If only the guys in the linux section would get their act together and put out that all in one distro, then I would probibly convert as me and linux rarely get along when i have to go into the terminal
Linux seems quite difficult.... I use to code (Basic, C, C++, ASM and VB) in the early to mid 90's but the only ppl I know that really use it are hard-core coders.... I just don't have the time and that kind of patience anymore..
Carputer works... but will never be complete....
Im a pilot.
I have become a cross control stall.
hardware), usuability has come a long way.
I've had some difficulties, but more due to my requirements and the fact I'm using a testing distro. I'm thinking of moving from Debian to Ubuntu or Gentoo.
At least, Linux is becoming much much more user friendly now. I can't imagine if I still have to do modserial to get the 3Com moderm to work with linux.
I am comfortable to use linux at home, but not carPC set. Lately, I been harvesting my old P3 400-600 systems to mess around with linux. So far I like PClinuxOS in comparision to Ubuntu.
Nice linux setup btw.