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Beat Graf
2005-03-10, 02:26
Yes, you can.

With the telnet hack you can mount a normal USB-Drive.
Some guys have put a second 2.5" HD in it.
http://www.hifidelio-user.de/viewtopic.php?t=196


Beat Graf

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Von: discuss-bounces (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com
[mailto:discuss-bounces (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com]Im Auftrag von Daniel
Cohen
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 10. Marz 2005 09:32
An: Slim Devices Discussion
Betreff: AW: [slim] Slimserver on Hermstedt Hifidelio


On 10/3/05 at 8:56 am +0100, Beat Graf wrote
>Hardware
>- IBM PowerPC 405EP, 333MHz
>- 512KB Flash AMIC A29L040
>- ADMTek ADM6996L (Ethernet-Controller + 5Port Switch)
>- VIA VT6212 (4Port USB 2.0 Host Controller)
>- VIA VT82C686B Southbridge (IDE-Controller)
>- 128MB Standard PC133 SDRAM
>- Analog Devices AD1981B AC97 Audio-Controller
>- Mini-PCI Modul 802.11g Medion XG-601M
>- Samsung MP0804H HD
>- PLD Atmel ATF1502 (vermutlich zur Anbindung des Displays)
>- CD-Rom Drive Matsushita CW-8123-B
>
>They use a 2.5" HD to prevent noise (they say)
>There were some guys who made a modification with 3.5" HD, but they needed
>an external 12V power supply.
>But you can also mount an external HD to the USB-Port and mount it, or use
>NAS-Server.

Can you? The Hifidelio FAQ says

Can I connect any external hard disk to the Hifidelio?


Only Hermstedt's Hifidelio Hard Disk can be connected. This allows
easy backup and restore of the contents of the Hifidelio.


--
Daniel Cohen

Daniel Cohen
2005-03-10, 08:10
On 10/3/05 at 10:26 am +0100, Beat Graf wrote
>Yes, you can.
>
>With the telnet hack you can mount a normal USB-Drive.
>Some guys have put a second 2.5" HD in it.
>http://www.hifidelio-user.de/viewtopic.php?t=196
>
>Beat Graf
>
> >But you can also mount an external HD to the USB-Port and mount it, or use
>>NAS-Server.
>
>Can you? The Hifidelio FAQ says
>
>Can I connect any external hard disk to the Hifidelio?
>
>
>Only Hermstedt's Hifidelio Hard Disk can be connected. This allows
>easy backup and restore of the contents of the Hifidelio.
>
>
>--
>Daniel Cohen

Great. That makes Hifidelio much more interesting. I wonder if they
will ever provide official instructions for some of these hacks. Or
perhaps, once it has a wider circulation in the UK, there will be a
forum in English will all that kind of information.
--
Daniel Cohen