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Re: Qube2 question: Largest drive size supported ?

Nice thread,

I'm running a raq2 with which I recently failed to boot from a seagate drive (80 GB, can't remember which model at the moment). I used a WDC WD800BB-75CAA0 instead which worked fine.

Thing was, I tried every jumper setting on the seagate but only cable select would let it be seen by the installer after which it became hdb (the cable has only two connectors, one at each end). Thing is I can't boot from hdb (right?).

May I conclude that not all drives are usable in a Raq2 (or Cube2)? Or did I miss something (besides that if I would have a ide cable with 3 connector i possibly would be able to connect the drive and let it be seen as hda, which should be bootable...


On Thu, May 22, 2008 at 10:55 AM, Peter <petrvz@gmx.net> wrote:
On Wed, 2008-05-21 at 16:54 -0700, Mark wrote:

> What is the temperature in the machine like without the fan ?
> Actually are there any temp sensors in the Qube2 ?

hddtemp says it's 46°C, same temperature as the hd in my iBook.
> I've been looking at the media server capability as well, was thinking
> that FUPPES might be a good fit .. do you think the Qube2 has enough
> network grunt to stream video (mpeg-4 encoded at 2Mbit max) as well as
> audio ?

I can stream audio and video (.avi) from the Qube2 through a samba mount
to my Xbox without problems.


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