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How to Connect a Transistor as a Switch in a Circuit
In this article, we go over how to connect a transistor so that it will function as a switch in a circuit.
A transistor is a component that can play 2 vital roles. It can function as a switch and an amplifier. Many times, it functions as both in a circuit.
Specifically, in this article, we will show how transistors can be used as switches.
electronics  info  resources  tutorial  howto  guide  hardware 
6 days ago by ezequiel
TL-WDN3200 | N600 Wireless Dual Band USB Adapter | TP-Link
* Supports Dual-Band (IEEE 802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz, IEEE 802.11a/n 5 GHz)
* Maximum speed up to 2.4GHz 300Mbps and 5GHz 300Mbps
* USB 2.0 interface
* Easy wireless security encryption at a push of the WPS button
wifi  tp-link  hardware  spec  downloads  support  hardwaresupport  links  windows  windows7  windows8  windowsvista  windowsxp  drivers  driver  download  tools  faq 
13 days ago by ezequiel
Solved: Optiplex GX620 memory limitation - Dell Community
The GX620 can support 2 gig modules. With 4 memory slots and a 64 bit CPU and OS it will see 8 Gigs of Ram in bios but you cant use 8. You can only use 3GB or 3.5GB. You CANNOT utilize more memory than 3.5 Gigs even when you install a 64-bit version of your OS This is a GX620 Limitation. Models with Pentium D also support NX and the other requirements for Windows 8.
hardware  hardwaresupport  memory  motherboard  forumthread  2012  intel  cpu  bios  links  spec  oldversion  info 
13 days ago by ezequiel
How to Easily Softmod ANY Fat PS2! | FreeMCBoot & FreeHDBoot Install Tutorial - YouTube
This tutorial has been requested for quite a long time but I waited so long because I was not too keen on the many install methods shown out there. A few recommendations to softmod a PS2 with FreeMCBoot normally include: finding a pre-modded console, using a disc swap trip, using Swap Magic, all of which could be a bit costly or time consuming. With this method all we need is one console and a few tools at our disposal! No swap tricks or discs, no pre-loaded memory card, no reliance on any other system!

This involves installing FreeHDBoot to a hard drive, loading it into the PS2 and using that as our entry point to install FreeMCBoot. That's it! No additional games needed and no need to open up our console!
vg.plat.ps2  modding  hacking  freemcboot  harddisk  windows  windows7  windows8  windows10  configuration  booting  sysadmin  howto  guide  tutorial  video  youtube  gaming  hardwaresupport  hardware  links  2017  opl.ps2  usb  memory 
17 days ago by ezequiel
WNA3100 (N300) Wireless USB Adapter Support | NETGEAR
(me: ndiswrapper has issues when dealing with the windows xp (32 bit) driver on Linux kernel >= 5.0 (mint 19.3 has 5.3.0 as of 2020.03.08))
wifi  driver  windows  windowsxp  windows7  windowsvista  windows8  windows10  hardwaresupport  networking  ndiswrapper  downloads  firmware  documentation  support  reference  manual  guide  issue  workaround  hardware 
22 days ago by ezequiel
Serious HDMI Problems. What's that smell? Burning Raspberry! - Raspberry Pi Forums
Q: [...] I have just received my Neewer Black HDMI Input To VGA Adapter Converter For PC Laptop.

There was a post here: [...]

That reported it working and I have no reason to doubt that. However when I plugged mine in to my raspberry pi and VGA monitor the screen was black but lit i.e. the screen recognised a connection was present but wasn't receiving any data. A thin wisp of grey smoke appeared from the HDMI and the component labelled "D1" is looking like it has burn out. Suffice to say I very quickly removed it and all power! [...]
2012  forumthread  raspberrypi  hardware  hardwaresupport  electronics  issue  workaround  tips 
26 days ago by ezequiel
eLinux.org
The purpose of this wiki is to preserve and present information about the development and use of Linux in embedded systems as well as open source projects and tools for general embedded development. To use this wiki, click on one of the portal links below.
wiki  resources  embedded  linux  tips  issue  workaround  links  booting  memory  power  powermanagement  multimedia  filesystem  networking  android  drivers  development  debug  kernel  security  legal  test  raspberrypi  hacking  hardware  hardwaresupport  tools  arduino  tutorials  cpu  spec  support 
26 days ago by ezequiel
Bought used x230 last week and new 9-cell battery and looking for TPL and tpacpi-bat and recommended thresholds. : thinkpad
Q: [...] I'm quite new here but a good suggestion would be highly appreciated. I want to get the maximum benefit of power comsumption for my x230 and best use of the new 9 cell battery. Can anyone give me some TLP configuration tips that you found works best and tpacpi-bat thresholds (since x230 onwards tp_smapi don't support) that will make the battery age longer? [...]
2018  reddit  forumthread  sysadmin  howto  tips  configuration  laptop  battery  hardwaresupport  hardware  bios 
4 weeks ago by ezequiel
ThinkWiki - Wiki for IBM/Lenovo ThinkPad users
This is ThinkWiki, the Wiki Web for IBM/Lenovo ThinkPad users. Here you find anything you need to install your favourite Linux distribution on your ThinkPad. Windows users shouldn't run away, there's a lot of useful information for them as well. Some Linux information for Mac users also can be found here.
wiki  articles  info  resources  issue  workaround  configuration  sysadmin  howto  guide  hardwaresupport  battery  bios  firmware  drivers  linux  keyboard  drm  install  installation  ubuntu  debian  hardware  reference  documentation  links  kernelpatches  kernelmodule  support  mailinglist  software  scripts  tools  laptop 
4 weeks ago by ezequiel
HDMI Configuration - Raspberry Pi Documentation
In the vast majority of cases, simply plugging your HDMI-equipped monitor into the Raspberry Pi using a standard HDMI cable will automatically lead to the Pi using the best resolution the monitor supports. The Raspberry Pi Zero uses a mini HDMI port, so you will need a mini-HDMI-to-full-size-HDMI lead or adapter. On the Raspberry Pi 4 there are two micro HDMI ports, so you will need either one or two micro-HDMI-to-full-size-HDMI leads or adapters, depending on how many displays you wish to attach. You should connect any HDMI leads before turning on the Raspberry Pi.
raspberrypi  hardware  hardwaresupport  configuration  sysadmin  booting  linux  raspbian  documentation  example  links  tips 
5 weeks ago by ezequiel
I've Bricked My Netgear DG834G v3 - Please Help - OpenWrt Forum Archive
Q: I am hoping someone here more wise then me can help me unbrick my Netgear DG834G v3 Router.

Here are some details I have pulled from the router before I bricked it. [...]
forumthread  2009  router  hacking  firmware  links  issue  workaround  jtag  cli  example  linux  hardware  electronics 
5 weeks ago by ezequiel
OpenWrt Project: Netgear DG834G v4
[...] Also note that the Wifi chip for this router is the Broadcom BCM4318 chip and not the atheros. [...]
hardware  hardwaresupport  resources  info  links  cli  tool  linux  sysadmin  cpu  openwrt  router  atheros  installation  upgrade  howto  serialport  jtag 
5 weeks ago by ezequiel
Netgear DG834G v3 [Old OpenWrt Wiki]
The Netgear DG834G v3 is an AR7-based ADSL router with 802.11g wireless and ADSL2+ support. It has a 4-port switch, and the wireless antenna is connected to an RP-SMA connector at the rear.

Its appearance is identical to the DG834 v2.
hardware  hardwaresupport  resources  info  links  cli  tool  linux  sysadmin  cpu  openwrt  router  serialport  installation  howto 
5 weeks ago by ezequiel
Linux distributions that can run on an MK802 Mini PC - Liliputing
The MK802 is a tiny computer that looks like a USB flash drive, and which ships with Google Android 4.0 and sells for around $80 or less. It’s designed to be something you can plug into a TV to surf the web, watch video, and play games on the big screen.
allwinner.a80  allwinner  hacking  hardware  hardwaresupport  debug  links  rokumagic.mk80  linux  distro  2012  blogpost 
7 weeks ago by ezequiel
FEL - linux-sunxi.org
FEL is a low-level subroutine contained in the BootROM on Allwinner devices. It is used for initial programming and recovery of devices using USB.

Sticky-note-pin.png Your device therefore needs to be attached to a host (your PC) by means of a USB cable, connected to a port where the sunxi device will present itself as a USB 'slave' (i.e. in device mode). Usually that means the "OTG" connector.[1]
allwinner.a80  allwinner  booting  hacking  hardware  hardwaresupport  usb  debug  cpu  protocol  links  wikientry  example  cli  rom  rokumagic.mk80 
7 weeks ago by ezequiel
Rikomagic MK802 Forums • View topic - Debian on MK80
Hi Everyone. I am looking at strategies to put Debian (jessie, most likely) onto my shiny new MK80. The other Allwinner based devices I have are development boards, and generally have a TTL serial console that provides access to the U-boot shell, and generally kernel boot messages and a tty thereafter
rokumagic.mk80  forumthread  2015  howto  tips  guide  hacking  hardware  hardwaresupport  booting  serialport  allwinner  allwinner.a80 
7 weeks ago by ezequiel
Android hardware - Official Kodi Wiki
For most high-definition videos (1080p or higher resolution), hardware video decoding is necessary for smooth video playback on most Android devices. Therefor this article contains a list of SoC chipset hardware, (SoC stands for "System on a Chip" which contain the CPU plus GPU and VPU circuits combination, and is also known as a "chipset"), as on Android platforms this SoC chipset is what can playback common video codecs smoothly using Kodi/XBMC.

The fact is, while some devices might be able to smoothly decode standard-definition videos and even some 720p or higher resolution videos using only software video decoding with raw CPU compute power, offloading a large part of video decoding tasks to an integrated VPU (Video Processor Unit) that is optimized specifically for this job is considered essential for almost all Android devices to be able to smoothly playback high definition videos.
xbmc  hardware  hardwaresupport  wikientry  arm  mips  android  links  compatibility  cpu  tv  mediaplayer  spec  codecs  gpu 
7 weeks ago by ezequiel
OpenWrt Project: TP-Link TL-WA901ND
The TL-WA901ND is a lowcost b/g/n wireless access point, capable of running OpenWrt.
tp-link  hardware  spec  hardwaresupport  openwrt  router  links  networking  wifi  guide  firmware  atheros  downloads  cli  example  sysadmin  hacking  install  installation 
7 weeks ago by ezequiel
OpenWrt Project: Table of Hardware
This is the main Table of Hardware, listing all devices that are supported by OpenWrt.
openwrt  hardware  hardwaresupport  router  opensource  linux  browsable  searchable  info  resources  links  embedded  compatibility 
7 weeks ago by ezequiel
OpenWrt Project: Netgear DG834G v3
The Netgear DG834G v3 is an AR7-based ADSL router with 802.11g wireless and ADSL2+ support. It has a 4-port switch, and the wireless antenna is connected to an RP-SMA connector at the rear.
router  spec  hardware  hardwaresupport  links  openwrt  networking  wifi  wikientry  howto  guide  images  firmware  hacking  archived.version  electronics 
7 weeks ago by ezequiel
OpenWrt Project: The OpenWrt Flash Layout
The embedded devices (routers and such) OpenWrt/LEDE (Linux Embedded Development Environment) has mainly targeted since its inception, use flash memory as the form of non-volatile memory for the persistent storage of the firmware and its configuration.
memory  rom  firmware  wikientry  documentation  openwrt  howto  guide  hardware  hardwaresupport  tips  links  reference  info  resources  embedded  tools  software 
7 weeks ago by ezequiel
O2 wireless box - Wikipedia
The O2 Wireless Box is a wireless residential gateway router distributed by O2. The latest version is based on the 802.11n standard and also supports 802.11g and 802.11b devices.[1] The device connects to the Internet using either an ADSL2+ or ADSL connection.
router  hardware  spec  links  uk  wikientry  wikipedia  wifi 
7 weeks ago by ezequiel
OpenWrt Project: 4/32 warning
Every operating system requires

1. Sufficient Flash to accommodate firmware image
2. Sufficient RAM for stable operation

Devices with ≤4MB flash and/or ≤32MB ram will work but they will be very limited (usually they can't install or run additional packages) because they have low RAM and flash space. Consider this when choosing a device to buy, or when deciding to flash OpenWrt on your device because it is listed as supported.
memory  firmware  embedded  openwrt  hardwaresupport  tips  workaround  howto  sysadmin  hardware  guide  router 
7 weeks ago by ezequiel
OpenWrt Project: JTAG
JTAG stands for Joint Test Action Group, which is an IEEE work group defining an electrical interface for integrated circuit testing and programming.
jtag  article  wikientry  links  howto  guide  images  electronics  debug  hardware  hardwaresupport  sysadmin  programming  test  spec  tips  openwrt  router  raspberrypi 
7 weeks ago by ezequiel
Kobo Aura H20 - Screen Issues - RedFlagDeals.com Forums
A: I had that issue with the earlier Aura HD. Same experience with Kobo customer service. So I pried the case open and discovered that its operating system is contained on an internal microSD card that normally sits in a slot held in place by friction only, and it had come loose. I guess I must have dropped it at the wrong angle at some point, and the card just popped out. Initially it was just loose, and gave me erratic freezing for a few days, then it came out completely and everything froze permanently. I pushed it back in place and everything was fine again.
The difficult part is going to be prying open the H2O case so that it doesn't get marked up and lose its waterproofing.
2018  forumthread  kobo.reader  hardware  issue  memory  howto  guide 
october 2019 by ezequiel
KOBO Aura H2O completely frozen - Page 2 - MobileRead Forums
A: [...] The device is unresponsive. Leaving it alone won't get it working. But, as a general rule, if a Kobo device is not responding at all, assume the battery has run down. So, start at the top and keep going until something works: [...]
kobo.reader  hardware  tips  howto  guide  issue  battery  2015  forumthread  mobilereading 
october 2019 by ezequiel
What to do with 4 old sata drives? - Raspberry Pi Forums
Q: I have 4 old internal 80Gb sata drives, not much value in them, but they're all identical and good quality. So why not build a raid I hear you say! Well, I was thinking the same thing. [...]
raspberrypi  harddisk  hardwaresupport  usb  power  hardware  raid  forumthread  2017  tips  embedded 
october 2019 by ezequiel
PlayStation 2 - Wikipedia
The PlayStation 2 (officially abbreviated as PS2) is a home video game console developed and marketed by Sony Computer Entertainment. It was first released in Japan on March 4, 2000, in North America on October 26, 2000, and in Europe and Australia in November 2000, and is the successor to the PlayStation, as well as the second video game console in the PlayStation brand. As a sixth-generation console, the PS2 competed with Sega's Dreamcast, Nintendo's GameCube, and Microsoft's Xbox.
vg.plat.ps2  wikipedia  wikientry  links  spec  gaming  article  reference  history  hardware  info  downloads  api  development 
august 2019 by ezequiel
Is PlayStation 3 Compatible With PS2?
While all PlayStation 3 consoles can play original PlayStation discs, not all models are PlayStation 2 compatible. If you want to play PS2 games of your PS3, then you need to make sure you buy the right model.
vg.plat.ps2  vg.plat.ps3  hardware  hardwaresupport  compatibility  howto  tips  gaming  info  2019  article 
june 2019 by ezequiel
3 Ways to Play PS2 Games on a PS3 - wikiHow
If you have a PS3 model that is backwards compatible, you can play your PS2 games just as you would play your PS3 games. If your PS3 is not compatible with PS2 discs, you can find many popular games on the PlayStation Store. If you have a modded PS3, you can use it to play any PS2 game, even if your model doesn't normally support it.
vg.plat.ps2  vg.plat.ps3  hardware  hardwaresupport  compatibility  howto  tips  wikientry  gaming  info 
june 2019 by ezequiel
NETGEAR R8000 Nighthawk X6 First Look - SmallNetBuilder
[...] My R8000 coverage will be in two parts. This first installment will cover wired routing and storage performance and take its "Smart Connect" feature (NETGEAR's term for its implementation of Broadcom's XStream technology) for a stroll. The second part will cover wireless performance using a new wireless test process that I am putting the finishing touches on. [...]
router  networking  hardware  review  2014  hardwaresupport  issue  workaround 
june 2019 by ezequiel
Aura Database Size on Device - MobileRead Forums
Q: I've got a few thousand books on my Kobo Aura and have just noticed that the KoboReader.sqlite database on the reader is nearly 700MB in size. Does this seem excessive to anyone else? I compacted the database externally using SQLiteBrowser (there wasn't enough room for the journal file on the reader itself) but this only saved a few MB. [...]
2013  mobilereading  forumthread  hardwaresupport  hardware  database  issue  workaround  fileformats  kobo.reader  sqlite 
february 2019 by ezequiel
DACs: everything you need to know | What Hi-Fi?
Got digital music? Of course you have. So you need to know what's what as regards your digital-to-analogue converter. Scroll down and we'll tell you everything you need to know about this once-anonymous, now ubiquitous, cog in your system.
2018  article  comparison  hardware  audio 
august 2018 by ezequiel
Sansa Fuze+ - Wikipedia
The Sansa Fuze+ is a portable media player manufactured by SanDisk as part of their Sansa line of MP3 players. The Fuze+ was released on September 1st 2010, and is the direct successor to the Sansa Fuze. The Sansa Fuze+ is available in five colors: Black, Blue, Purple, Red, and White. Internal storage capacities of the player vary by color.
sansa.fuze+  sansa  wikipedia  wikientry  article  links  info  mp3  hardware  rockbox 
august 2018 by ezequiel
Inside the Commodore 64 : French, Don : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive
Commodore C64 Book: Inside the Commodore 64 (1983)(French Silk)

There are basically two parts to this book. The first part deals with the 6502 and 6510 microprocessors. A complete description is provided of these machines and how they function and how they are programmed ... The second section covers the Commodore 64 specifically. It elucidates the graphics capabilities, the music synthesiser and the internal programs which are burned into the ROMSs of the 64. Examples of machine language proramming techniques are provided to illustrate the programmer's means of accessing ths capabilities. Throughout the book, the assembly language conventions used are those of Develop-64 ...-Introduction
commodore  assembly  hardware  hardwaresupport  programming  archive  book  ebook  online  cpu  1984  tv 
january 2018 by ezequiel
Kingston HyperX Fury 240GB SATAIII SSD Review | TECHPORN
[...] SLC, MLC & TLC: KNOW THE DIFFERENCE:
Before we start pounding this thing with our tests, let us briefly discuss what is SLC, MLC, and TLC all about. You know, because you might need to know them in the near future. First thing’s first. SSDs and most non mechanical storage devices operates at a certain level of element. We call it the Level Cell. There are Single, Multiple, and Triple Level Cells. Thus the acronyms SLC, MLC, and TLC. All of them have particular highs and lows depending on usage / scenarios. So, a certain level cell might be beneficial on some areas. [...]
ssd  review  info  tips  hardware  hardwaresupport  harddisk 
december 2017 by ezequiel
Comparisons And Benchmarks - Crucial MX300 525GB and 1050GB SSD Review
The Crucial MX300 is coming to market in the midst of a flood of very good, low-cost new SSDs. TLC NAND has taken over the mainstream market. Performance has decreased, but at the same time, software and hardware features have increased. Technologies like dynamic single-level cell (SLC) caches and direct-to-die writes increase the random and sequential write performance to the native TLC. [...]
ssd  review  hardware  hardwaresupport  2016  laptop  comparison  links 
december 2017 by ezequiel
Ramp Load/Unload Technology in Hard Disk Drives - Hitachi [Wayback Machine]
Load/unload technology was discovered in the mid-1990s as a viable alternative to Contact Start-Stop (CSS), a method where the sliders which carry the Read/Write heads in hard disk drives land on the disk media at power down, and remain stationed on the disk until the power up cycle.
harddisk  hardware  documentation  archived.version  article  storage 
december 2017 by ezequiel
Thinkpad T530 -> Randomly Freezes - Linux Mint Forums
Q: I just got a new Thinkpad T530 and have LMDE 201204 running on it (my very first install). Periodically it just freezes hard (no mouse cursor movement, no response to ping, etc). I'm having a lot of difficulty troubleshooting this. Since it just freezes, I'm not seeing anything in logs, etc. on boot up. Sometimes it goes hours and hours without a freeze up, and sometimes freezes twice in 5-10 minutes. [...]
mint  hardwaresupport  issue  workaround  virtualisation  bios  forumthread  2012  kernel  intel  hardware  kernelmodule  configuration  tips  sysadmin  powermanagement  links  linux 
september 2017 by ezequiel
C64-Wiki
The C64-Wiki is a project to build a special C64 encyclopedia. Everybody is welcome to contribute to it. At the moment there are 1,330 articles of various topics. Authors wanted.
retro  wiki  commodore  review  tips  howto  gaming  resources  links  screenshots  video  hardware  computer  computing 
december 2016 by ezequiel
How to Build a Raspberry Pi Retro Game Console for $35
Since its release, the $35 Raspberry Pi mini-computer has been hailed as the perfect all-in-one retro game console. Now, it’s easier to do than ever, and it doesn’t take any Linux knowledge whatsoever. Here’s how to make your own retro game console in under 10 minutes.
emulation  gaming  hardware  hardwaresupport  howto  tutorial  blogpost  2016  raspberrypi  retro  links  commodore  mame 
december 2016 by ezequiel
Arduino - Home
Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for anyone making interactive projects.
electronics  embedded  arduino  opensource  hardware  community  links 
september 2016 by ezequiel
Could you recommend me an arcade stick that works in Linux? : linux_gaming
Q: I'm using Arch. I don't want to get a really expensive one and I don't mind buying second hand ones, but I want to be sure that it's compatible with Linux.
Looking in fighting games forums they seem to recommend the Qanba Q1, but I don't seem to find anything about linux compatibility (just a few people that is unable to get the stick working on the Raspberry Pi). Is there any decent arcade stick around that price (<80$) that will work on Linux?
forumthread  reddit  linux  hardwaresupport  gaming  links  2016  compatibility  usb  hardware  mame  ubuntu 
september 2016 by ezequiel
UPnP/AV Device Capability Database
[...] The aim is to provide an overview of the capabilities of UPnP AV devices. This data is collected from you and every other user interested in contributing. [...]
upnp  hardwaresupport  compatibility  mediaplayer  hardware 
may 2016 by ezequiel
PassMark Software - CPU Benchmark Charts
PassMark Software has delved into the thousands of benchmark results that PerformanceTest users have posted to its web site and produced five Intel vs AMD CPU charts to help compare the relative speeds of the different processors. Included in this list are CPUs designed for servers and workstations (Intel Xeon and AMD Opteron processors), desktop CPUs (Intel Core2 Quad, Intel Core i7, Intel Core2 Extreme and AMD Phenom II processors), in addition to mobile CPUs.
benchmark  comparison  cpu  hardware  intel  amd64  performance  laptop  desktop 
may 2016 by ezequiel
Linux on Palm Tungsten E
As explained by Michael Opdenacker in his guide, the very first thing that must be done when you want to port Linux to a new device is to take it apart, in order to see which chips it contains (it will void the warranty, though). [...]
wikientry  linux  palmtx  hardware  hardwaresupport  guide  links  spec  pictures 
march 2016 by ezequiel
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