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Large USB drives

Where did these come from? I guess I've been sleeping too much again, because this caught me by surprise: 4GB USb 2.0 Pen Drive Flash Drive. The pricing doesn't thrill me, but the idea sure does.



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LiveUSB OpenBSD project at sourceforge  
- It is really easy to create a USB bootable OpenBSD LiveUSB image. -

USB I/O on Wiring.org board  
- Example of using usb port on Wiring.org board: I'm continuing to play around with the Wiring.org I/O Board and wanted to see how to use its built-in USB port for input and output. It turns out that's not hard to do, but I did run into a number of data conversion problems along the way, so the project became a little challenging. -

Western Digital My Book USB drive  
- At Staples, the help is trained to turn their heads and walk rapidly away from any customers. What the heck was this kid up to asking me if I needed help? -

Granite Digital USB to SATA/IDE Adapter  
- Handy tool for techs mounts hard drives by usb: While this is definitely NOT the way you want to run an external drive for any length of time, it is sometimes very handy to have quick access to a bare drive that you just tore out of something and that isn't going to have a permanent home again. This can be for recovery, file transfer, or just sanity checking: if you are a tech, you want to be able to do this: -

USB and Firewire confusion  
- If you have a new Mac, you have the full 480 Mbs USB capability. You also have Firewire, which is either 400 Mbs or (newer) 800 Mbs. -

Mounting USB Drive  
- Mounting USB Drive I saw the article on mounting a CDROM on SCO Unix, would it be the same with a usb drive? I need to mount a usb drive on a Sco box. -

Large USB drives  
- Where did these come from? I guess I've been sleeping too much again, because this caught me by surprise: 4GB USb 2.0 Pen Drive Flash Drive. The pricing doesn't thrill me, but the idea sure does. -

disable usb sco 5.07 install compaq  
- Disablng usb with a boot string is the main trick to installing sco 5.07 on the Poweredge 1800 -

(SCO Unix)Does Openserver support USB devices?  
- USB support in SCO Unix never is very good, but there is some in 5.0.6 amd 5.0.7. -

 
 
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