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'[OT]: Re: TCP/IP over RS485'
Peter L. Peres
On Tue, 5 Jan 1999, Bob Blick wrote:
> On Tue, 5 Jan 1999, Andy Kunz wrote:
> > It's got a 80186 as the core, some flash and RAM, and a NIC chip. Pretty
> > slick, actually.
> I guess I'm not the only one who takes stuff apart as soon as it gets
Is there any1 on this list who *doesn't* ?
sorry, I could not resist,
Peter L. Peres wrote:
> On Tue, 5 Jan 1999, Bob Blick wrote:
> > On Tue, 5 Jan 1999, Andy Kunz wrote:
> > > It's got a 80186 as the core, some flash and RAM, and a NIC chip. Pretty
> > > slick, actually.
> > I guess I'm not the only one who takes stuff apart as soon as it gets
> > home!
> Is there any1 on this list who *doesn't* ?
> sorry, I could not resist,
I managed to resist taking my PC110 apart for a whole year or so,
recently. Finally succumbed <G> (Of course, I had 2 486 laptops apart
at the time, and could see pix on the net of the innards of the PC110,
that helped me "behave" <G>) Still wonder how I ever managed it! <G>
On Tue, 5 Jan 1999 12:45:54 -0800, you wrote:
oooh - naked PCs - where?
>that helped me "behave" <G>) Still wonder how I ever managed it! <G>
|Mike Harrison wrote:
> oooh - naked PCs - where?
Naked PC110's can be seen at,
http://boole.stanford.edu/pc110.html "PC110 as Industrial Art", he has
a PC110 momboard turning in the wind (It's on the 'Net, ping-able IIRC.)
http://www.dynamism.com/pc110p.html just has clothed PC110 pix <G>
http://www.walker.reston.va.us/pc110/ has a link to the main PC board at
http://www.basterfield.com/pc110/40MHz.htm has the 40 MHz overclock for
the PC110 (Pretty easy, mainly this gives you a view of the clock
generator area of the motherboard.) You can click on the thumbnails for
http://www.hal.ne.jp/yuji/komono/YDW/YDWHDD.htm (This is a Slot #2
heightening hack, unless you speak Japanese you'll see jibberish, but
more pix in there as well.)
I'm going to be trying out IPRoute soon, as I have the PC110's and
wireless LAN cards here, & really could use a working wireless LAN here,
linked to the house LAN. I'll let anyone who wants to know, know how it
works. I may even try out Corel Free-Dos for that machine as most
apparently do (I sure have enough old machines to dedicate one to this
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