If it does, cool!
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I'm living from a wellfare income. I don't have a job
Also want to add that within 8 weeks I will have an 100mbit up/down optical fiber connection.
I have an Vmware ESX host that can easily can host 10 vm's just dedicated for you guys.
if it works for multiple devicesIt only has 1 HDMI pass-through, so one would be needed for each TV/MD combo, wouldn't it?
A few more questions - Does anyone know if this HMI, http://www.kinco.cn/en/prl.asp?aspid=1&c2id=1&c3id=7&c4id=181 , have support to run touch orbiter? (Maybe if it can have WindowsCE installed?) I have a price of around 150 USD for them, so it would be greatI had a quick look at the link and the device doesn't seem to have any way to communicate with MCE (No Ethernet, no USB), or am I missing something?
Is there a wiki out there how to modify the files?
I managed to do it, works perfectly fine!Would I be correct in assuming that even if there wasn't a wiki, there is now?
On the core I can get to both 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.80.254 for the linuxmce admin page but not the router at 192.168.1.254What do you mean? Firstly, open a command prompt on your core and type
ping 192.168.1.254Does this show a response? Do the same from a machine connected to the INSIDE network (192.168.80.0).
ifconfigand post what you get back.
One thing most of these android tablets are missing is a simple, charging stand/cradle.Have you seen the gizmo Duracell have released for portable devices? You only have to leave the device on a pad (looks a bit like a mousemat) for it to charge!