Flash playback is smooth to my eyes to 1080p. Its much better than
either ATI or nVidia (which were comparable IMHO). I haven't touched
Meego, nor talked with anyone that has. I had netbook remix on mine
for a while, but I moved to 64bit to ostensibly better video
performance, although I think you have to really get up there on
bitrates and files to see a difference.
> I am just trying to gauge whether it would be worth it to switch to
> the new setup. Along the same lines is there still a plan to support
> the ati hardware with a new firmware release? I have tried to run
> both ubuntu 10.04 and 10.10 as well as linux mint of the same base,
> but keep running into the following bug.
Chad is working on a 10.04 release for ATI, and was hoping to finish
this weekend if memory serves.
stel valavanis http://www.onshore.com/
these are the commands
sudo wget --output-document=/etc/apt/sources.list.d/medibuntu.list
http://www.medibuntu.org/sources.list.d/$(lsb_release -cs).list && sudo apt-
get --quiet update && sudo apt-get --yes --quiet --allow-unauthenticated
install medibuntu-keyring && sudo apt-get --quiet update
sudo apt-get install libdvdcss2 w64codecs
makes a great dvd player imho and reduces the number of devices and the need
for a switcher.
I tried few from some laptops, and they all have the same problem,
they don't open or close well (have to adjust small screws)
> FOR REALTIME DISCUSSION GO TO IRC #neuros on freenode
> You received this message because you are subscribed to the "Neuros" group.
> To post to this group, send email to Neu...@googlegroups.com
> To unsubscribe from this group, send email to Neuros-un...@googlegroups.com
> For more options, visit this group at http://groups.google.com/group/Neuros
Vendor: Optiarc Model: CD-RW CRX880A
but basically any "slim" dvd-rom drive will work. they are fairly standard. i
don't know why you had the problems you had. mine ejects properly by command
(from mythtv which is my player) and manually as well.
anyway you get it.
as much as apple annoys me, kudos to them for ignoring flash on their many
On Tuesday, October 19, 2010 08:01:29 pm Jeremy Coleman wrote:
> Yeah I think the nvidia boards have slightly better performance due to
> drivers. The link v1.0 came stock with 1GB of ram and I don't see any
> change on the wiki as far as included ram so I would expect it is the same.
> tions>The intel setup is what I'm considering upgrading to, but I'm just
Read: adobe flash is dead to me.
Sent from my iPhone 5
Joe - Looking at the motherboard on newegg it doesn't appear that there is n spdif (optical) audio port. Is this correct? I don't have HDMI on my audio receiver so the optical is key for me to be able to use the LINK for playing my music library without requiring the TV to be on.
Joe - Looking at the motherboard on newegg it doesn't appear that there is n spdif (optical) audio port. Is this correct? I don't have HDMI on my audio receiver so the optical is key for me to be able to use the LINK for playing my music library without requiring the TV to be on.it does have coax spdif, foxconn has a lot of similiar MBs, but this one has spdif.
You can see why someone would think there could be a quality
difference between optical and coax spdif: the entry on Wikipedia
seems to indicate that coaxial is better.
There's a bandwidth difference and a jitter issue.
coax = 500MHz, optical = 6MHz
Home theater forums seem to say that the differences are a non-issue,
that jitter is un-hearable and 6MHz is enough for anybody, but it's
not hard to see how someone could draw the conclusion that one is
better than the other.