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I'd recommend getting a VIA EPIA ME6000 and a Hauppauge PVR-350, making a
freevo box, and using that as the case. That's certainly what I'm
planning to do with the Sun external DAT drive I have sitting around at
John Madden writes:
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>> On (02/03/05 16:05), Niall O Broin didst pronounce:
> > >I've picked up a Sparc Classic with a Solaris install already on it. I
> > >was going to wipe and rebuild it with Sol 10, but the hardware doesn't
> > >support it. In the meantime, I'd like to have a Solaris install on it
> > >(until I pick up Sol 9 cd's).
> > .
> > .
> > .
> > >So, any recommendations?
> > Can you find a door somewhere needs holding open?
>> Nah, that's what the fire extinguishers are for!!
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> Chat ya later,
> - --
> BOFH excuse #1: clock speed
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