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 3D graphics

 
 by Creap on: 21.1.2010 
 
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Will the Open-PC have 3D graphics support? The current screenshots (http://open-pc.com/static/open-pc/open-pc1-features.php) seem to show the KDE Desktop without 3D (the panel is not transparent).


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 Re: 3D graphics

 
 by shaunehunter on: 25.1.2010 
 
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the Intel 950 has full FOSS 3D graphics support as does the 945 chip set it is in. I have two machines with the same chip sets as the Open-PC. One is an AcerOne with an Atom N260 the other is a desktop with an C2Q Q6700 and I chose them because it's the only current full FOSS chip set I know of. It works really well BTW. Don't expect to watch any HD video with the Atom though.


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 2xgbit lan

 
 by oldtrollo on: 24.1.2010 
 
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währe es nich sinnvoll,
das teil auch als server betreiben zu können.

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 portable version

 
 by teotwawki on: 25.1.2010 
 
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Let's hope that Shuttle's forthcoming 'standard' for replaceable / upgradable portable motherboards (for laptop/netbook/whatever) is based on hardware components with open specs and free drivers.

Although even if they aren't, at least it should give the FOSS community a narrower target to aim for than the current portable market of hugely diverse and undocumented hardware.

http://www.techwarelabs.com/ces-2010-shuttle-revolutionizes-mobile-platforms/
http://spa.shuttle.com/


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 The Open-Graphics Project

 
 by tume on: 26.1.2010 
 
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Do you keep an eye on the OGP and eventually, will you back them once they'll make their first graphic-card or chipset ?


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 DDI

 
 by crefeld on: 27.1.2010 
 
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Is it correct that there is no digital interface for video? I found no details but the photos of the back panel.

I need two monitors and prefer a digital interface.


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 Fit-pc like

 
 by radioxid on: 1.2.2010 
 
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Does anyone knows about a similar product called the "fitp-pc"?

Actually it's on its version 2 but another one is planned soon.

HARDWARES :
- fit-pc2 is up to :
* Intel Atom Z510 1.6 GHz
* 1 GB RAM DDR2
* 1 GB LAN
* 6 USB Ports
* IR Receiver
* WiFi 802.11b/g (RTL8187L)
* 2.5" SATA Disk
* Intel GMA 5OO (means H.264)
* DVI 1920x1080 (soundless)
* HD Audio 2.0 (jack 3.5)
* miniSD Socket
* 12 V (6 W) Power Supply
* Size : 115 x 101 x 27 mm
* 200-336$ -> 140-240€
* Industrial Draws availables
* 5-years guarantee

- fit-pc2i
is an improved fit-pc2 :
* 2 GB DDR2 RAM
* 2 GHz Intel Atom
* 4 GB OnBoard Flash
* S/PDIF
* 2 GB LAN
* 1 Serial Port
* 4 USB Ports
* No Wifi ("will be available in future revisions") and No IR
* $342 -> 250€ diskless & OSless (:P)

If this doesn't fit Open-PC's power capabilities, it could fit an Open-Tablet : CompuLab solds this also as a mainboard so you can embed it on whatever — and since it's really small and cheap...

They provide their own free and open video drivers.
Fit-pc2i : http://www.fit-pc.com/web/fit-pc2/fit-pc2i-specifications/
The motherboard alone : http://www.compulab.co.il/iam/html/iam-cm-datasheet.htm


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 Re: Fit-pc like

 
 by DatAndi on: 5.2.2010 
 
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That sounds really cool! Would be nice to have one of this in Linux Media-Center-PC!


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