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One of the problems with offering services to friends and acquaintences for free is that when they don't use your stuff anymore, they neglect to tell you.
There's about 18 years of disused email accounts, websites, and all sorts of weirdness in the vis.nu servers, and starting today I'm cleaning it all up. I'm trying to make sure that I'm not getting rid of things that people are using, but rather than erring on the side of caution, I'm erring on the side of personal simplicity.
I'll be saving things for a while, but not likely permanently. If I step on something you want, contact me via mail or FB or whatever and I'll send you a copy. If you want it to stay on my servers, we can discuss that.
Updated for the most recent lts, and changes in the build process.
Not much to it. Got it at goodwill, found a header on it with serial output at 115200 TTL. I *think* I've found the input, but it hasn't been sensitive to input yet. What it does print out, however, is this:
MP620 MaskRom V002 SDRAM 8Mx16/16Mx16 Load NAND NAND ID : 000000D3 AP found AP size : 0038AA10 AP check sum : FC394CD8 load OK ../source/main.c 1159 Enable PLL1 spread spectrum CPU Initiale to 96MHz -I- CPU Initial to 0077083f dwMainProcSize 00527000 Network buffer pool 8094f000 00072000 disp buffer1 80773980 000ed800 disp buffer2 80861180 000ed800 Heap buffer 809c0980 0063f680 !!!Free_CacheWin 0
Stops systems booting up degraded, makes xendomains work.
Bought an HP home server with four sata bays for $20. Given that I've still got some old 500GB drives lying around, I figured I would use them for some cheap storage at my office.
Problem is, it ships with a Windows 2003 Home Server install. Obviously, not all that useful to me.