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Offline mikhael

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Offline Grey Wolf

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How odd.....
That's even more screwed up than the guy who made a Windows XP Pro and a Red Hat Linux box into interchangeable computer cases and then set up a circuit to determine which box the computer was in to determine which OS booted.
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Offline Stealth

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Originally posted by Grey Wolf 2009
How odd.....
That's even more screwed up than the guy who made a Windows XP Pro and a Red Hat Linux box into interchangeable computer cases and then set up a circuit to determine which box the computer was in to determine which OS booted.


hehe that's interesting, you wouldn't happen to have the URL to that story would you?  i wouldn't mind reading about it :D

 

Offline mikhael

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Originally posted by Grey Wolf 2009
How odd.....
That's even more screwed up than the guy who made a Windows XP Pro and a Red Hat Linux box into interchangeable computer cases and then set up a circuit to determine which box the computer was in to determine which OS booted.


MAN that was an awesome project. :) I'd build that (though I'd use a FreeBSD box, natch).

Here's the link: http://www.mini-itx.com/projects/windowsxpbox/
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