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Still USB makes Problems on a lot of ar71xx-Devices without an extra USB-Hub... I wouldn't even rule out a new (or newish) laptop and just load Linux on the hard drive. I played safe and downloaded 12 but maybe I was a bit hasty :~ EDIT: Just looking around at second-hand stuff.
Could really do to know how much RAM is recommended and how much grunt (Cores/GHz) in any of these 3 scenarios: What is your aim with the proposed setup.
I have a couple of PC cases with working power supplies, so the next task is to throw in a second-hand motherboard.
Whatever it is, it will still be more powerful than the existing desktop PCs that I have :) Something with a bit more guts is required...
Today, for testing, kernel 3.18 is available in early state. Starting with Kernel 3.17 a lot of things for the different NCM-Things are fixed.
So, when the most importent devices are switched to Kernel 3.18 – I think the most "buffer"-Problems for all the different ncm & Huawei_devices are finaly gone after many years. I might have to be lucky to find a motherboard that isn't already in a case. EDIT: however it appears that the case is an ATX type with 7 expansion slots.
You will not need anything new to run both of these OS together or on separate hard drives.The Open WRT compiler is going to need much more but not brand new technology. pt=AU_Components&hash=item519985e439 But I'd need to add CPU, Memory, Video card. Is that an average set-up for Open WRT build system or closer to minimum ?I keep seeing Core 2 Duo – is that dual core basically ? I also need to check what GHz each of those cores runs at. Dont bother buying old motherboards as it will be painful and time consuming sourcing the ram that will fit the slots, etc.I have 2 harddrives: 1 with Linux Mint 17 Cinamon and the other with windows 7. p=2626 @DM: In the very latest trunk a few things are fixed for the the ncm handler.I installed the linux mint first and now a menu comes up where i can choose which operating system to load and it picks either hardrive. But a lot is still missing, like manual MCC/MNC Settings, Roaming ON/OFF or Band-Bitsettings, etc....