fu wrote:what other (archived +useful enough) topics should make it to the wiki..?
"The $MACHINENAME Hardware Aggregator" threads - Where $MASCHINENAME is something like FUEL,O2,.... and all the others
joerg wrote:- Combined with Hardware (GFX,Video,Router,CPUs) related pages which are linked together in categories.
- Origin/Onyx troubleshooting
- Non SGI gigE nics
- Adding GFX to origin2000
- Some like a FAQ.
And all the info have to be in the article and not like a link list which points to the forum or other resources. To be fair place add a link list to the bottom.
ChristTrekker wrote:fu wrote:what other (archived +useful enough) topics should make it to the wiki..?
Anything and everything.
fu wrote:david (recondas) is also working on some big iron entries (pure quality dave, pics and clear descriptions)
i have finished my work on the scripts for import the nekoware package informations into our wiki. Befor pressing the button i would like ask for permission to do .
Maybe it make sence to create a sql dump befor we start so that we can revert all the changes if needed. On my local machine it takes 8h for the import. It depends on the number of obsolete tardists and the incredibble time the "shofiles" programm needed for extracting.
The current state looks like http://www.nekoware.net/index.php/Category:Nekoware.
Hmmm..... i see that i cant bypass the captcha check which comes up when a article contains a URL. If its possible to remove the check for some time?. Maybe you would try to set
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nekonoko wrote:...I have a severe cold at the moment and don't have the energy to do anything technical.
tillin9 wrote:Fu, a good topic for the wiki is the 1600sw, considering how many threads come up concerning them...
tillin9 wrote:Also we might want to add mention of the clear O2s on the O2 page, and a pic of each of the O2 old, new, O2+, and clear skins.
Wikipedia wrote:There are 8 DIMM slots on the motherboard and memory on all O2s is expandable to 1 GB using proprietary 239-pin SDRAM DIMMs.
majix's Obsolete Stuff wrote:The O2 uses custom memory modules - they can be found from time to time on ebay, but are rare and expensive. They are special 278pin DIMMs...
NekoWiki wrote:The motherboard has 8 proprietary 139-pin slots on the motherboard...
SGIstuff : Hardware : Machines : O2 and O2+ wrote:Type: 139pin SDRAM DIMMs (proprietary)
tillin9 wrote:I think 139 and 278 are both right, though 278 is more correct. I counted the pins on one of my modules and got 139 per side, so 278. My 128MB modules are double sided, but some Kingston 64MB modules (I happen to have two) are just half a 128MB module and 139. At the very least 239 is wrong.
tillin9 wrote:Possibly a picture for the wiki might be helpful, I'll see if I can get some shots of my modules. I have 128MB (SGI and Kingston), 64MB (Kingston), and 32MB (SGI).
tillin9 wrote:Also, how does one add pictures to the wiki?
tillin9 wrote:I can't believe our O2 page doesn't have a picture of an O2! I'll volunteer pics of my cube style O2 for the old style pic.
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