Any comments from the experienced Linux folks for a newbe? Total awesome in a DVD. That should be fine. ATA Security Utility v1. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.

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Though, when looking through message boards at the older versions, it liteeon like things used to be even more difficult, so things are improving!

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The only thing I could find online about this is: Wed Oct 15, I also wanted to learn on how to send raw commands i. Sun Oct 26, A splurge because I hate slow computers. Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux?

The validations that it works are based on two criteria: Some of the products that appear on this site are from companies from which QuinStreet receives compensation. I linyx the free version. The screenshots look pretty and all, but personally I’d want to have a closer look at what it is, exactly, prior to installing.


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Originally posted by qst Tue Oct 28, 3: I want to play with Linux for the first time. Linux doesn’t recognize SATA drives. Ubuntu Myth TV system 15 posts. I found the eAR Media Center. ATA Security Utility v1.

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Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. You might be surprised at how ineffective some of them are at actually saving any power. Mar 31, Posts: Here is the link – check it out. ATI is supposedly working on improving the G support.

Although my objective of why I developed this software is to fully understand how we can control, communicate, and send raw commands to the target hard drive. QuinStreet does not include all companies or all types of products available in the marketplace. I’ve never used Linux, but I’ve used Unix in the past lunux am familiar with thinks like Vi editors.


If the first one comes up okay, I’ll duplicate it for the other child. With these two criteria I am very sure that my program works. This is a bit inconvenient for doing a lot of CD-writing, so the Liteon sits on top of my desk, connected via a powered Linkworld 4-port USB hub.

On another post ‘BigLan’ posted jhas220 suggestion for a PC video system: Amusingly, the EZ Dub functions will not work with copy-protected disks, and this is not disclosed anywhere meaningful; it’s in very tiny letters on the box, and mentioned in the user manual.

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