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HiMy firs post here.. and my spelling sucks!! but hopfully you understand meNow to my first questionIs it posible too run LinuxMCE on an Asus Eee PC 701 - 630MHz 512MB 4GB with an Intel Celeron M 353 prossesor as an client under the main LinuxMCE or do i need an stronger computer 4 this? Or is there another "cheap" solution
Wallmark88,The ASUS Eee PC does have an aethros based nic.From memory i saw references on how to get the atheros nic up and running - but i can't recall where i read it.I am currently tinkering with one of them now and will post my results once completed.Justin
I suspect that the Unrecognized_NIC instructions only work if you either have a 32bit core, or all your MDs are 64bit. As with a 64bit core you will be generating the initial boot to be 64bit as well, which does not work on 32bit MDs.