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General Discussion / I was perusing through the web when..
« on: December 24, 2019, 05:16:16 AM »
I noticed that the Open Power Foundation and the Power Progress Community are now working together.

Will the standard CPU hertz rate remain at 1.8 GHz or will another higher rate be allowed?

It may be too late to ask this: Does the audio card have its own dedicated memory or is it better to use a USB sound card?

That's it for now.


Others OS / Re: FreeBSD
« on: May 15, 2017, 05:00:39 AM »
Contact Nathan Whitehorn at .
This is his technical and not personal email.
We are compatriots in many manners.
Let him know the progress if the final product.
For reasin that he does advced research, the cost of a laptop
should be deferred.  Also, contact the United States Army Core of Engineers on twitter
with @USACEHQ . Add @Para_de_Aba to the message.
Link this thread to both the email for Nathan Whitehorn and the twitter post.
All of these people are for positive and positively progressive ideas and things.

PeopleBook because it gives POWER  to the Peoples.
The Progressive Power Community PeopleBook.

Well, as you may know, we do not have enough options for names.
Here are a few more better and more goodly names.
Power Bisquit
Gnew Sandwich Laptop
Cheese and Fries in Disguise
What have these nerds come up with now?
Oh, yeah? But does it run linux?

Others OS / Re: FreeBSD
« on: May 06, 2016, 08:18:39 AM »
I've done a tutorial for the "32bit" PowerPC/POWER Macs. I would need an actual model to make a GUI system.
The LiveCD could be made if one would make request to the FreeBSD PowerPC mailing list. The desktop would need to be blackbox or a similar small footprint window manager. Xorg would need to be setup according to the card: i.e. you will have to run "Xorg -configure -retro" until an official CD/USB is developed.

Suggestions / Re: GPU specs
« on: May 06, 2016, 08:12:41 AM »
The nouveau driver needs some working. You may want to use XBMC for reduced memory access. Also, could there be dedicated memory for the card? Perhaps with extensibility for memory, the standard would be 256 megabytes as on-board/available memory.

Suggestions / Sound/audio card with memory
« on: May 06, 2016, 08:09:56 AM »
We could use something similar to the Creative Labs X-Fi chipset. You're looking at sixty-four megabytes for the standard five minute raw audio. If one was to have sixteen channels then 256 megabytes would need to be used/available.

Others OS / FreeBSD
« on: January 13, 2016, 08:25:29 PM »
Have you asked others for help?

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