Re: /dev/null > /dev/sdb1 !
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- Date: Wed, 30 Apr 2008 20:48:41 -0400
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On Wed, Apr 30, 2008 at 06:22:16PM -0500, Mark Allums wrote:
> CF cards are sold everywhere. You want the long-life versions. Finding
> adapters may be a little harder, but mail-order is probably suitable.
> The internet is your friend here. This was a good idea, I wish I ahd
> thought of it.
On the internet, I've seen two kinds of adapters: ones that fit into a
standard 3.5" drive space and are designed to treat the CF card as
removeable media like a floppy drive, others are designed to fit like a
hard drive. One other kind, is designed to plug directly onto the IDE
controller on the MB without a cable.
Try startech, but also try any industrial or single-board-computer
supplier, such as norcotek.com or soekris.com.