Subject: RE: multia + arc not working?
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Little Buddah <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/22/2002 13:17:04
> Well, SRM doesn't see IDE drives, so you'll have to boot from a
> floppy first, or a SCSI drive.
I don't have the scsi card :( Anyone have one they are willing to part
with cheaply? I know they sell em online but it's a little pricey for me
I have a pcmcia scsi card that i KNOW is supported by linux and bsd
(adaptec 1460). Can I used that? If not then a floppy isn't a big deal...
> I have a copy of the latest firmware here...
Firmware.zip and the arc setup files aren't there. The links look broken.
> > Ah well, if it ain't broke....
> Hot-rod it! :-)
Well i'm actually thinking of being adventurous and constructing a copper
pipe + water cooling system. I figure with a little 1/4 inch compressable
copper pipe, a small pump, and some water I can make a nice zig-zag tube
through the case, between the heatsink fins, and back out... I can jacket
the pipe to keep condensation from forming maybe... That might help a lot
with the heat. Since i didn't pay for the multia i'm not sure i'd be
HORRIBLY upset if something awful happened to. It might be worth screwing
Anyway, thanks for the help so far everyone.
Should i spent time trying to get arc to work or just go with the floppy