On 06/27/2014 10:28 AM, Wayne DePrince Jr. wrote:
I meant "best" in the sense of they worked reliably and were well
supported by Linux.
My old Toshiba laptop had a Firewire (FW400) port on it, with a TI
chipset, but I was never able to get to work with the FW800 device I had
to test with. I think problem may have been the adaptor I had to use.
But that laptop finally died and vanished into recycling heaven.
Sometimes I think a compact case with a microATX mobo and a PCIe FW card
wouldn't be much bigger than some laptops. Bring a small LCD display and
keyboard along with it, I suppose.
David W. Jones
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