Re: stereo component from laptop?
On 12/1/05, Rumble, Lee Craig <Lee.Rumble@gb.unisys.com> wrote:
> I understand you want to use debian or some variant there of. Have you
> thought about QNX ? You can run/install that live from cd or onto Hard
> drive and it works on most pc's! Granted its in development and more can
> be done to improve it, but its is very powerful and has a decent music
> player, and is very easy to use.
huh, interesting. I hadn't thought about it at all -- I'm pretty
familiar with Debian & have a version thereof on this system already
-- I was thinking my main objective would be to pare down the system
I've got, rather than install something altogether new...
Are you saying there's a live CD? Maybe once I get through the
registration process on the website I'll figure out how to find it....
Anyway thanks! I will consider it. Though if someone had some
suggestions about debian-based players, I'd also welcome them...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Matt Price [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: 30 November 2005 20:10
> To: debian users; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: stereo component from laptop?
> On 11/30/05, Matt Price <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Hi folks,
> > as a result of various events, I have an extra laptop and no cd
> > player, so I would like to convert the laptop into a stereo
> > component. It's an HP Omnibook 4100, PII MMX 266, with 96 megs RAM, a
> > pretty big hard drive (30 megs) and a CD-ROM (no DVD). I'm trying to
> ^ er, thats 30 gigs, sorry!