32 posts • joined 20 Oct 2007
I know, they're quite common now. I have one that is a webserver and print server.
Coo. A headphone jack on the controller, not seen that since the 3DO. I wonder if it has a DSP dedicated to the headphone jack audio as well.
This has been around for a few days now, and there has been a fully functional RISC OS image available for the Pi for ages.
I can't help but think that being in the UK means that the first person to put up a notice stating that your money will be invested in getting drunk, will get lots of money.
Don't hold your breath, mine finally came around the same time.
CPC have the new model in stock and the price includes shipping (makes it £1 cheaper than RS last I checked).
They also do a QTY discount.
Even Nokia did this
Wasn't there a raft of cheap nokias a few years ago that had a second display hidden in the case that came to life when you knocked it a couple of times, then completely disappeared? I certainly remember seeing a couple.
A lot of people didn't like the sequel, I loved it and played it right the way to the end.
As opposed to black and white 2 which was a terrible sequel.
Three also have it on a £34/month deal
Three also have this on a deal that's £2 cheaper (for each deal).
The only difference I can see is that you get 500 minutes instead of 2000.
Still it's £48 off TCO.
Wow, another company inventing the thin client. (again).
Sounds daft, but the Pi would be perfectly adequate to act as a thin client. And that's only £25.
Err, IIRC the MEMC1 could only handle 4MB, which is why on the 16MB A540 expansion, there were additional MEMCs soldered on the board.
You're all crazy, the only palatable beer Greene King Sells is Old Speckled Hen. Even if they did ruin it when they closed down the Morland Brewery.
Re: crazy academic led BS as usual?
IPv6 is available in Windows 2000 as well, you only need to switch it on.
Also I know certain not especially new printers that talk IPv6, I have some xerox printers here that do. (again, only needs to be switched on).
This all seems familiar.
I remember about 12 years ago a small bit of html that put 4 iframes in a page that referred to itself, managed to take down a Windows 98 machine, a Sun OS machine and a Solaris machine, only machine I tested it on that didn't die was an HP-UX machine running netscape. (The netscape process died).
Only reason I'm still on 50Mbit
This is the only reason I'm still on 50Mbit with the vmng300, I long ago came to the conclusion that Netgear kit is substandard.
Am I the only person who has bought a reasonable amount of GX280s that all worked a charm?
I've just taken the last 4 out of service, mostly through age.
Can't get Cable
If you are surrounded by properties that can receive cable, and you can't, Have you tried getting a spotter round to find out if they think it's feasible?
The above page can sometimes get one out.
Gigabit runs quite nicely on Cat 5
No need to change your cabling, Gigabit runs quite nicely on Cat 5.
10Mbit Upstream Trial taking the Mickey
It does take the mickey a bit having 10Mbit upstream and 200Mbit downstream trials, when in some areas 2000 premises are sharing 9Mbit (total) upstream.
They should fix their network before trying to dazzle people with pretty headlines and waving their collective willys at BT.
Not if there is a disclaimer, something along the lines of advertised prices represent an offer of service and do not constitude a contract of sale etc.
I remember a similar thing happening years ago, where the machine cabe with a 19in CRT screen, if you downgraded to a 17in screen £35 was taken off the price, if you downgraded to 2 x 17in screens, £70 was taken off the price.
Pretense at functioning.
Well finally, as of august, Line 50 will support a proper rdbms (MySQL), so hopefully things are on the up.
I've never understood how Sage got to be so big in the first place, they are practically unknown outside the UK.
I can't see why they'd be that much difference, you can use Gmail locally too.
Now that they've outsourced their news services and a photo printing service and an offsite storage service, I wonder what else they don't want to do themselves.
If you report broken cabs on their support newsgroups, they get forwarded to the relevant people (and even chased up if need be).
Big FAT patent ....
How secure is MS's patent in this respect anyway?
I can't for the life of me remember what it's called but there is a principle in IP law that states that you can't enforce a patent that is designed to fit a product (like you can't enforce the notion of a jacket).
This was used against Nokia when it tried to protect it's patent on snap-on covers.
Surely if the codebase for FAT support doesn't come from Microsoft, then it is merely made to fit an MS product and the patent isn't enforceable.
Or am I missing something?
Better Smeg Than Dead
I thought that when rimmer kneed death in the balls he said. 'Only the good die young'.
I thought better smeg than dead was when they were fighting their future selves at the end of a previous series. (or the cats better anything than that wig).
Windows vx Linux? Not heard that argument before.
I don't know what you're all talkin gabout, OS/2 will rule the world.
Call it BBC?
If they call it BBC, then they'd need to be a version that you build yourself.
I have to whole heartedly disagree with Aristotles slow and dimwitted horse, I have been drinking in Portsmouth many times and there are some fantastic looking women.
Wired Car Kit, To the E61i owner
I am also a happy e61i user (well I'll be happier if the battery lasted longer), It's worth noting that the lack of a POP port does not stop anyone being able to make a cradle for it.
The E62 only has a USB port on it, and with the correct kit can be used with a nokia car kit.
Although in all honesty, the sound quality of our (nokia) bluetooth kit is as good as any wired car kit I've tried.
There never was a Fujitsu unix, but through its (now gone) subsidiary HAL fujitsu built vast UltrasparC-based machines (as many as 2048 processor models) running Solaris.
Kinda proved the Scalable part of the Scalable Processor ARChitecture.
Is this related to the US Airforce remote control plane that has the nasty issue of crashing into the ground/anything nearby if it rains?
The True Villain
Please, It's clearly Marcus Brigstocke, or another Irate BT customer trying to kill off a few BT Callcentres.
Poncy middle-class gits.
I think I agree with what I believe Marcus Brigstocke said.
People who protest against the construction of windfarms should be made to have nuclear power plantd in their lofts.
- Just TWO climate committee MPs contradict IPCC: The two with SCIENCE degrees
- 14 antivirus apps found to have security problems
- Feature Scotland's BIG question: Will independence cost me my broadband?
- Apple winks at parents: C'mon, get your kid a tweaked Macbook Pro
- Driverless car SQUADRONS to hit Britain in 2015