I am using "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:184.108.40.206) Gecko/20060111 Firefox/220.127.116.11" and I cannot middle click on the feature article ie: "ASUS A86 MVP". I can still do it on the image to the left though.
Topic says it all, I have been looking at the Foxconn board and the Abit board and was wondering if anyone had any experience with either. I like the 945 chipset (955 is good to, but I don't want to lay out a bunch of $$$). I will be putting a Pentium D 820 in and I will be cooling with water.
I agree, you will have to fish the antenna around inside your laptop anywhere it will fit. I'm not suprised at all that the wireless doesn't work unless your laptop is practically touching your access point.
Portage on Gentoo pretty much did everything for me, all I had to do is download a tarball of ebuilds from http://www.breakmygentoo.net and type in "emerge -u world" :cool:
I would assume that someone out there has the binary on an apt repository that you could use.
I have ran XP on a Pentium 233 system, and with 256 megs of RAM it was usable. I would use _Anything_ over Windows ME if I had the choice.
With windowsXP, did you tweak the UI at all? There is quite a few bits of eye candy and services you can turn off to make the system far more responsive...
I've been poking around once and a while still :D Been hanging around genmay mostly.
Here are the new things I have found so far, most of them open with warnings about how they are definately pre-release ;) From what I can tell so far, gnome 2.8 will be pretty damn sweet :cool:
A)You will need a rollover cable
B)Use hyperterminal or something similar to connect to the router
C)If the router is password protected - http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/474/pswdrec_2600.shtml
D)learn how to use the thing :)