For some reason I was able to get it running when connecting via ssh from another machine. As far as I know, there are none available yet. It turns out that this binary-only module is compiled for kernel 2. Copying DVD’s is not an issue here. Well I took the easy way out
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I also use mplayer to watch avi files etc. Starting new track at sector: And if such a medium were to be present the copy-protection systems wouln’t help at all, since you can just copy 300s along with the movie and all players will accept it.
My two test tools for video card performance are ‘glxgears’ which gives around fps, about the same as the generic VESA hi-geade and tuxracer which performs horribly! Since I hi-frade to live in the Netherlands, which is DVD region 2 Europe I have to wait either a long time The big blockbusters from the states or even forever Lot’s of stuff never gets released in region 2, like anime to get movies released on DVD for my native region.
I changed the theme to “Modern” and it started 3400 without a problem. The installation went quite well, full install with LVM. I have since installed RedHat 9 and Fedora Core 1 without any problems Furthermore, using mplayer I was not able to use either the ‘xv’ interface nor the ‘sdl’ one.
The american movie industry thinks it’s needed to divide the world into various regions, so they can decide who gets to view what movie when they want it. Last chance to quit, starting real write in 0 3400x.
Well I took the easy way out The solution lies in an approach like The Acer Hotkey Driver for Linux where a kernel character device has to be written to catch the key’s pressed. If you go directly to http: It does work, however, does not give the performance I was hoping for. So either have networking started at boot, or you have to say “ifup lo” as root.
Unfortunately that does not mean that it works At first try it did not compile. As far as I know, there are none available yet. Waiting for reader process to fill input buffer Back to the SiS website there is a http: Maybe I did something wrong but after modifying the Makefile it compiled.
Linux on a Hi-Grade Notino 3400s
I’m looking into it, and currently have hi-grde to give it a shot myself. Linux on a Hi-Grade Notino s Update: Looking further I found Thomas’es web site http: After some searching on http: It was starting with the ‘Classical’ theme.
Solution It turns out that if networking is not turned on during boot time I was doing dhclient manually that lo the loopback interface nnotino not being brought up either. It was quite hard to find its actual specs from the Hi-Grade website http: There is a commercial driver available from OSS http: You need to get regions set tool. Copying DVD’s is not an issue here.
After you download it you need to do the following. For the near future I motino not see things like this happening, since there isn’t even a medium you could copy a DVD movie too I ignore VHS here, I do not consider VHS an option, it just sucks without too much loss of quality.
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It turns out that this binary-only module is compiled for kernel 2. For some reason I was able to get it running when connecting via ssh from another machine.
Now I can use the ‘xv’ and the ‘sdl’ devices for mplayer