[rescue] OT: FeeCee rescue

Joshua D. Boyd jdboyd at celestrion.celestrion.net
Thu Oct 2 08:40:23 CDT 2003

On Thu, Oct 02, 2003 at 08:19:57AM -0400, Mike F wrote:
> > For the dreamcast, a BBA isn't needed, but it sure would be nice. 
> > They are a hair costly.  DC controller to PS2 adapters are litterally
> > only like $10.
> I may have to look into this adapter, because I think it would be more
> interesting to run NetBSD on the DC than Linux or whatever on the XBox.
> However, the lack of a hard drive is a big downside.

Lack of a harddrive can be fixed.


(doesn't want to respond at the moment, but it's just tweaks from the
less cool 
site as far as what hardware they put together).

Plus, that's a way to use additional NICs other than the BBA.  Someone
should start mass producing a break out board...

So far all peripherals are really slow.  I think this is because of
using crude IDE controllers rather than either SCSI or better IDE, but
I'm not really certain.

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