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DEAL DIY PIAF2 Server ~$200

Discussion in 'Items/Jobs/Services: For Sale or Wanted' started by wardmundy, Feb 29, 2012.

  1. krzykat

    krzykat Guru

    Huh?? Ward are you selling these??
  2. wardmundy

    wardmundy Nerd Uno

  3. randy7376

    randy7376 Guru

    I doubt Ward has gotten into selling PCs out of his house. ;)

    Besides, this thread is well-over a year old which airwolf3000 seems to have missed.
  4. airwolf3000

    airwolf3000 New Member

    Hey guys thanks for the info...

    Just got the same stuff from Ma Lab over in California

    Thanks again
  5. ariban

    ariban Member

    Hi Ward,

    all your links are outdated and they say out of stock. i found these 2 with atom processors, are they good and compatible? i dont want to have any driver issues or anything like that. please confirm:



    also how do i get a dvd rom connected here?

    or do you have a laptop or desktop that is already with everything included with dvd and the ram etc...?

    thank you
  6. ariban

    ariban Member

    sorry for asking again, its just that i tried using a laptop from asus running windows 8 and i just cant get the lan driver to work, so i want to buy a proper computer that will work out of the box.
    can i search any dual core atom pc and that would work? or do i need specific parts of something specific to buy? or better yet can you send me a link of a laptop or bare-bone computer with the components to purchase that will work out of the box without having to figure out how to get the lan drivers to work.

    thank you very much in advance.
  7. wlraider70

    wlraider70 New Member

    I don't want to sound rude, but if networking and installing without a optical drive is proving to be too difficult for you the rest of the project will likely leave you VERY frustrated.
  8. ariban

    ariban Member

    your not being rude, you comments are just not a solution to any problem and therefore keep them to yourself or help, this forum is for helping not apologizing for being rude!
    i got it installed with a USB drive, so no problems there and it was easy. i was not so much worried about an optical drive, i was more asking about how do know which NIC card will work and is supported for linux, as the computers i have are not supported for linux and it took me 3 days to figure out how to get it working which you can see the results here if anyone is having the same issue with their LAN drivers on new laptops:

    maybe someone knows if there is a list of lan cards supporting in centos or a good source to buy centos computers and supplies because all new computers for windows 8 is a pain to install centos on them!

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