mff

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  1. Is it possible to integrate driver/firmware for teviiS464 DVB-S2 card http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/TeVii_S464 http://www.tevii.com/tevii_ds3000.tar.gz and WinTV Nova HVR4000 http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/Hauppauge_WinTV-HVR-4000 into gnoboot? Thank you for your great work! mff
  2. @gnoboot I saw your recent blog posting about cpu power management. Great that you have this still in mind. As I read in serveral forums linux powersaving with modern (haswell) cpu is quite tricky, but I'm not a linux developer . Also sata link power management seems to be a big thing for good idle power values. http://www.heise.de/forum/c-t/Bauvorschlaege-fuer-PCs-und-Server/Re-Bauvorschlag-c-t-19-13-Experimente-mit-Ubuntu-13-04-x86-64/posting-401185/show/ Best power management is only achieved in Windows* and when several drivers are installed (Intel Inf, RST, GPU, Audio, Lan, MEI). *http://www.heise.de/ct/artikel/c-t-Labs-5-Watt-fuer-eine-Selbstverstaendlichkeit-1948002.html
  3. Is it possible to install gnoBoot in an existing configuration (on real hardware) without losing settings/data? mff
  4. Is it possible to install gnoBoot in an existing configuration (on real hardware) without losing settings/data? mff
  5. @gnoboot Great. I will test it as soon as available. Does the ACPI Kconfig part already exist in DSM 4.3 build 3810++ (repack v1.0) (as a xpenology/linux newbie I can't find it... )? mff
  6. @gnoboot Great. I will test it as soon as available. Does the ACPI Kconfig part already exist in DSM 4.3 build 3810++ (repack v1.0) (as a xpenology/linux newbie I can't find it... )? mff
  7. XPEnology would be my 1st choice NAS platform for Desktop PC if ther wasn't the high idle power consumption related to Windows platform. I tested AsRock H87MPro4 + i3 4130 + 4GB RAM + 2x2TB 3,5"HDD. XPEnology 4.3 build 3810++ (repack v1.0) Normal ~30W idle ~25W same system with WHS2011 Normal ~20W idle ~12W Main thing as far as I know are the intel RST and GPU drivers and of course the cpu handling for C-states under Windows OS. Is there any chance to get better CPU power handling out of the xpenology OS? mff
  8. XPEnology would be my 1st choice NAS platform for Desktop PC if ther wasn't the high idle power consumption related to Windows platform. I tested AsRock H87MPro4 + i3 4130 + 4GB RAM + 2x2TB 3,5"HDD. XPEnology 4.3 build 3810++ (repack v1.0) Normal ~30W idle ~25W same system with WHS2011 Normal ~20W idle ~12W Main thing as far as I know are the intel RST and GPU drivers and of course the cpu handling for C-states under Windows OS. Is there any chance to get better CPU power handling out of the xpenology OS? mff