Mikhail Ramendik wrote:
> On Wednesday 13 June 2007 14:22, Michael Watterson wrote:
>>>> I have the Linux source for drivers for Ireland's new 4G network
>> launching soon.
>>>> It will only have PCMCIA modems? And is the company name and planned coverage
> secret as yet?
>> I'm one of the prospective users as I'm on HSDPA now, but will have to arrange
> a lot to get a PCMCIA machine...
email me off the list if you want to have edit permission on Wiki, do
Linux stuff for GP2X, Elf3 or OFDMA.
BTW decided to go with CentOS on my new S/H bits server instead of Win
2003, if the AMI Megaraid PCI controller supported. Main reason for
NT4.0 for the last 10 years on home server was that the SW RAID mirror &
SW RAID 5 data disk sets (2 + 5 drives) worked reliably. With having
finally got the HW RAID controller, I think I'll let people that HAVE to
use 2003, worry about it.
Can I install and add the 2nd CPU later (not easy on Windows)? I'm
still waiting for S/H VRM for 2nd PIII 933MHz. Dell Precision 220. I'll
fit 3 x 9G SCSI in the case on Channel 1 and my 5 other SCSI drives in a
separate case on channel 2.
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