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Elonex One T & One T+, CnM Minibook => Software & OS Modifications, Alternative Distributions => 3MX => Topic started by: Artus Irbe on April 01, 2009, 12:06:05 PM

Title: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Artus Irbe on April 01, 2009, 12:06:05 PM
THIS THREAD IS STRICTLY FOR THE POSTING OF 3MX INSTALL ISSUES/QUESTIONS

Since there are a couple of '3MX crashed' or '3MX died' threads, I thought I would make a small guide of how to install 3MX. Then, any issues can be posted under one theme. That way, there is an easy to use guide to installing 3MX and an easy place to find out if your issue has been solved. So here goes:

You Will Need: an SD card, (minimum size i would recomdend is 512mb, Maximum size 4gb) formated to FAT/FAT16 NOT FAT32 (ignore the warning on windows about it being uncompatable) and an unziped copy of 3MX in the Root (/SD/SD_1 if doing it from the LLL).

Assuming you have all the tech and requirements fufilled:

Step one: place the SD card in the SD card slot on the left of your laptop

Step two: Boot the laptop up, holding F3 untill a black screen with instructions comes up. (you can let go of the F3 key now)

Step three: Press Enter when it asks you if you would like to do a recovery,

Step four: Press Enter when it asks you to insert the SD card with the recovery on

Step five: Press Enter when it asks you how to format the Laptops Flash Drive.

Step six: Wait while it formats the disk, making sure it is not going to run out of power by plugging the charger in.

Step seven: When the system boots, login to the laptop by typing 'user' then press enter. ONLY FOR Release Candidates 2, 2.1 and 3. 1
and 1.1 users can ignore this

Step eight: Then type 'startx' and press enter ONLY FOR Release Candidates 2, 2.1 and 3. 1 and 1.1 users can ignore this

Step nine: Be patient while the system caches new fonts, and open up Firefox/iceweasle and allow to boot. This may take some time, because it is getting configured. DONT RESTART THE SYSTEM.

Step Ten: Reboot, logging in as before with the name 'user' and the command 'startx' LOG IN ONLY FOR RC 2, 2.1 and 3


Now, this was done from memory using an Elonex One T +, with a 2gb SD card. I will make any amendments to this if needed, PM me if this is the case.

FAQ:

Q. While i was at step six, the system says 'bad recovery file' or something similar and doesnt install 3MX. What do i do?
A. It may of been a bad download, unzip or copy to the SD card. Unzip it again, and copy it to the root file and try again, if it fails, then try downloading again.

Q. It takes an age to boot! Why?
A. 3MX comes with lots of new features, and part of these are new fonts, and a new Window Manager which needs time to auto configure and be cached. This is a one off and will boot fairly quickly after the first boot.

Q. FireFox 3 is too slow, and dillo is too light weight. What can i do?
A. Download iceweasle off of Wicknix's 3MX resourse site which is http://www.freeshells.ch/~wicked74/alpha400/packages/. It is faster, and compatable with Hotmail, banking sites, Facebook, Bebo, Ebay ect

Good luck with installing 3MX!

Any questions, post here and any amendments PM me.

Sam
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Tinkerer on April 25, 2009, 03:37:13 PM
Might be worth adding a [note/like to a thread] on checking card FS and how to reformat to FAT16 if required.
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Artus Irbe on April 27, 2009, 08:03:50 AM
Will Do when i get home tonight. I cannot offer much now cos my charger copped it (again) and i now have an eee pc untill i get a new charger. And the internet im on blocks lots of threads on here. dunno why. i shall investigate what ones i can go on and what ones i cant.
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: infoteksec on May 08, 2009, 05:05:54 PM
Quote

Step four: Press Enter when it asks you to insert the SD card with the recovery on


Got this far when the software said "looking for the recovery file" or some such and proceeded to fill the screen with dots.

That was an hour ago. Some idea about how long these steps whould take would be of value.

We never made it to Step five! What might be wrong.

Peter
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Artus Irbe on May 11, 2009, 08:05:13 AM
Right... try doing it again. It can take quite some time, the dots are like two thirds or three quarters of the way down the screen? My advice would be to just leave it to load. I would do a reflash myself, but i dont have my laptop working right now so i cannot be of help untill i get myself set up again. Sorry about that.

is it in the root? it could be a bad install... try re-copying it over, then re-downloading it. I wil try to rack my brain to see what could be wrong but it will all be from memory. Hope this helps (but i doubt it will ::))
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide - panic mode = off
Post by: infoteksec on May 11, 2009, 12:40:29 PM
Right... try doing it again. It can take quite some time, the dots are like two thirds or three quarters of the way down the screen? My advice would be to just leave it to load. I would do a reflash myself, but i dont have my laptop working right now so i cannot be of help untill i get myself set up again. Sorry about that.

is it in the root? it could be a bad install... try re-copying it over, then re-downloading it. I wil try to rack my brain to see what could be wrong but it will all be from memory. Hope this helps (but i doubt it will ::))

Panic mode = off

Must have been an unrecognisable card type. Did the same with a 2gb SANdisk and it worked fine.

Thanks for your encouragement.
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Artus Irbe on May 13, 2009, 05:41:10 AM
There has been some issues with that... i canne remember where abouts it is in the forum, but SD cards on this thing is like a lottery, either its gonna work all the time, or its never gonna work... There isnt an exact formule to tell what is and what isnt. :S

Still, its great you now have 3MX up and running, and your welcome! :) Its good to have another person using 3MX!:D
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Wibble1962 on June 21, 2009, 05:59:45 PM
hi,

i have  a  question please, i have virgin dongle working if i install  3mx(try) will it stop mobile internet working?

Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Artus Irbe on July 02, 2009, 10:27:02 AM
hi,

i have  a  question please, i have virgin dongle working if i install  3mx(try) will it stop mobile internet working?



Sorry, this isn't the thread for Dongals. This thread is purely for the installation of 3MX. Anyway, i use wifi so i wouldn't be much use! :) Welcome however to the forum.
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Leven2e on July 02, 2009, 07:43:18 PM
Actually I thought it was relevant question. 3MX install.
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: duttydea on July 03, 2009, 05:55:18 AM
look through the Hardware section:
http://linuxlaptopforum.ark2webdesign.co.uk/index.php/board,28.0.html

Some have had joy some aint!!
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Artus Irbe on July 04, 2009, 09:19:16 AM
Actually I thought it was relevant question. 3MX install.

I can see how it would be relevent, however i meant this thread to be the physical installation process, not if installing 3MX would this work, because that doesn't relate to issues when installing 3MX. Sorry for the confusion. i will do an edit of the first post later tonight saying this is about the Actuall process. not what happens as a result of the process. Would that clear things up? :)
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: marc on July 08, 2009, 10:33:15 AM
Bit new to this sort of thing, but when I went to format SD card on my laptop (vista) it only formats FAT 32.  Any help.  Thanks Mark
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: utd_grant on July 08, 2009, 01:40:35 PM
What size is your SD card, Mark ?
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: marc on July 11, 2009, 10:47:27 AM
Check on my main laptop how to format to FAT 16 but Vista only allows FAT 32.  Any ideas.

Thanks

Marc
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Unhban on July 11, 2009, 04:11:41 PM
If your SD card is larger than 2GB it can only be formatted FAT32 (and NTFS?). 2GB SD cards and below can be formatted FAT16 and 32. It's to do with the maximum of addresses that FAT16 can address - 2GB is the max.

Hope this is of some help!

Unh.
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: marc on July 11, 2009, 07:58:24 PM
SD card is 2G.

Marc
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Leven2e on July 11, 2009, 08:47:53 PM
Threre must be some free program on the net that allows you to convert the filesystem the way you want it.
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Neverbe on July 12, 2009, 07:44:53 PM
I don't understand a thing. I had send a message but it isn't visible  ??? Maybe i had wrong with something  ???
So. This is the message:

Quote
Hi! I'm new!  ;D

I can't understan this part of the guide "ONLY FOR Release Candidates 2, 2.1 and 3. 1
and 1.1 users can ignore this". It mean that i can ingnore it or o must do it only if I want to install the release 1.1, 2, 2.1, 3.1?
After this question i have another one.
I had downloaded the 3.1 release of 3MX but i found only a *.img file named "Recovery_3MXrc3.1_Final.img" (184mb). I had tried to unzip it and the result was a file without any extension named "Recovery_3MXrc3.1_Final" (575mb) if i try to open it with 7zip this is the result:

(http://img15.imageshack.us/img15/5395/immaginewpt.th.jpg) (http://img15.imageshack.us/i/immaginewpt.jpg/)

The question is:
What i must do to install 3MX on my CnM?

Thanks to all and sorry for my bad english but i'm italian
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Neverbe on July 13, 2009, 03:20:05 PM
Hi! I'm new!  Grin

I can't understan this part of the guide "ONLY FOR Release Candidates 2, 2.1 and 3. 1
and 1.1 users can ignore this". It mean that i can ingnore it or o must do it only if I want to install the release 1.1, 2, 2.1, 3.1?
After this question i have another one.
I had downloaded the 3.1 release of 3MX but i found only a *.img file named "Recovery_3MXrc3.1_Final.img" (184mb). I had tried to unzip it and the result was a file without any extension named "Recovery_3MXrc3.1_Final" (575mb) if i try to open it with 7zip this is the result:

hxxp://img15.imageshack.us/i/immaginewpt.jpg/

The question is:
What i must do to install 3MX on my CnM?

Thanks to all and sorry for my bad english but i'm italian
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Unhban on July 13, 2009, 04:02:52 PM
Hi Neverbe and welcome to the forum! That line should really read "ONLY FOR Release Candidates 2, 2.1 and 3.1. (1.1 users don't need to do this)". So... if you have 1.1 installed you don't need to login to the laptop by typing 'user' and then press enter, but with 2, 2.1 and 3.1 you do.

The *.img file you put onto an SD card as it is (you don't have to unzip it). The SD card, to be safe, should be formatted FAT16. Put that into the minibook, then switch the minibook on, then immediately hold F3 key down and keep it held down until the black Recovery screen comes up. Then hit the ENTER key for each page that shows. Eventually you will see white dots start appearing. This means the minibook is being updated from your SD card *.img file.

Wait until the machine reboots and you will then have the new distro on - in your case 3.1. Then... enjoy!

Unh.
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Neverbe on July 13, 2009, 05:27:59 PM
Hi Neverbe and welcome to the forum! That line should really read "ONLY FOR Release Candidates 2, 2.1 and 3.1. (1.1 users don't need to do this)". So... if you have 1.1 installed you don't need to login to the laptop by typing 'user' and then press enter, but with 2, 2.1 and 3.1 you do.

The *.img file you put onto an SD card as it is (you don't have to unzip it). The SD card, to be safe, should be formatted FAT16. Put that into the minibook, then switch the minibook on, then immediately hold F3 key down and keep it held down until the black Recovery screen comes up. Then hit the ENTER key for each page that shows. Eventually you will see white dots start appearing. This means the minibook is being updated from your SD card *.img file.

Wait until the machine reboots and you will then have the new distro on - in your case 3.1. Then... enjoy!

Unh.

There is some way to broke it or it's a secure thing?
Thank you for the answer

EDIT: another question:
the installing program process in the same with 3mx and the original OS?
The original OS program are compatible wih 3mx

EDIT: another one:
"Step eight: Then type 'startx' and press enter ONLY FOR Release Candidates 2, 2.1 and 3. 1 and 1.1 users can ignore this"

Where i must type startx?

"Step Ten: Reboot, logging in as before with the name 'user' and the command 'startx' LOG IN ONLY FOR RC 2, 2.1 and 3"

I must type Startx all the time that the PC power on?
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Unhban on July 14, 2009, 10:03:18 AM
Hi Neverbe! I think you can open the .img file but not sure how. Certainly, it is not an encrypted (secure) file. A user called Wicknix creates the 3MX .img file, so he may step in here and tells us :) I think it is mentioned elsewhere on the forum but cannot remember where....

Yes, the install process is the same whether it is the original OS or 3MX or Debian Etch or the Retro version :


3MX is an OS like Windows XP is an OS. The original OS is a different OS, like Windows Vista is an OS. There are different 3MX OS - versions 1.1, v.2.0, v2.1, v.3.1 and v.Retro. You should only consider installing v.1.1, v.3.1 or Retro as others have problems, for example they are slow or major things do not work.

When do you type startx ? On certain 3MX OS versions the minibook will boot up to a command line - it will be quite obvious and the text will tell you to type  startx  You need only type  startx  once, but if you reboot or shut the minibook down, you must type  startx  when you boot the machine up again. This is why most people prefer v.1.1 or 3.1 or Retro as you do not have to type  startx  - it is automatically done for you.

Neverbe, it is all quite obvious what to do when you have done it the first time.... you cannot break anything ;) Enjoy!

Unh.

Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Mijzelf on July 14, 2009, 10:16:35 AM
The img file is a bzip2ed tarfile (.tar.bz2). You can unpack it on a linux box with 'tar -xjf file.img'. On a windowspc you can try to open it in a archive program (7-zip, winzip, ...)
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Neverbe on July 14, 2009, 03:29:05 PM
3MX is an OS like Windows XP is an OS. The original OS is a different OS, like Windows Vista is an OS. There are different 3MX OS - versions 1.1, v.2.0, v2.1, v.3.1 and v.Retro. You should only consider installing v.1.1, v.3.1 or Retro as others have problems, for example they are slow or major things do not work.
So the old programs will not work on 3mx. What kind of programs and game (especially gameboy and SNES emu) can i install on it?
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: wicknix on July 14, 2009, 08:15:12 PM
What do you mean by old programs? 3MX-rc3.1 is loaded with software. Of which it includes a lot of newer (not found to work on the defaultOS) software. It also has a built in help file which will answer more of your questions. You can still install .xap packages with a script included in rc3.1.

Just install it and enjoy.  :D

Cheers.
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Neverbe on July 16, 2009, 11:27:05 AM
I can't do it with a 256mb SD? Can i do it with a 512mb RSMMC?
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Unhban on July 16, 2009, 04:28:37 PM
No, MMC cards do not work with the minibook - you need an SD card.

Unh.
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Artus Irbe on July 21, 2009, 01:08:29 PM
I'm Back! (although this isn't my first post since being back!) And sorry for fleeing. I got so used to the EEE that i thought i wouldn't have a reason to use the LLL.

However. I'm back. Only for a few days mind because i'm lending my dad the laptop.
But I am going to have a look about the new OS with a slightly deeper understanding of linux than i had before i got the LLL. I'm starting to know where stuff is. I have a copy of the Retro O/S and will have a look about that to see what's what.

And i'll have a new theme, and do a section about the retro version if i can get the laptop off of my dad. And its good to be back! :) Regarding my rather poor wording. I'll change that and thanks for letting me know about what was wrong!

Sorry about flouncing the forum and letting myself get lazy! :P
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Hairyloon on August 08, 2009, 07:16:55 PM
Check on my main laptop how to format to FAT 16 but Vista only allows FAT 32.  Any ideas.
I don't know about Vista, but on XP you can do it from the command line.

start->run.  type cmd press ok.
type format f: /fs:fat
or something like that.

Mine hangs when I reboot with F3.  Just shows the normal startup screen, but goes no further.  I've left it for ages in case it was just being slow, but it does nowt.
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Unhban on August 09, 2009, 10:07:38 AM
Hairyloon, wonder if it's worth doing a full reset using the little RESET hole, on the side/underneath? (can't remember where now, never needed to use it...  ;) )

Unh.
PS. remember that the F3 key needs to be pressed down continually till the Recovery screen comes up. Good luck!
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Hairyloon on August 09, 2009, 10:13:21 PM
Hairyloon, wonder if it's worth doing a full reset using the little RESET hole, on the side/underneath? (can't remember where now, never needed to use it...  ;) )
Yeah, tried that, makes no odds.

Quote
PS. remember that the F3 key needs to be pressed down continually till the Recovery screen comes up. Good luck!
For how long?  10 mins? 20?
Haven't put a clock to it, but I've tried it for a fair while.
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Unhban on August 10, 2009, 09:23:41 AM
How long? Oh about ten seconds....

So perhaps there is a problem with your BIOS?

There are other combinations of key presses that have been mentioned in the past, not necessarily for this but may be worth a try to see if you get some sort of result e.g. FN+CTRL+F2. Only ever used the F3 one myself so not sure what the others do....  Anyone?

Unh.
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Leven2e on August 10, 2009, 05:39:53 PM
maybe the key is pressing it immediately !
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: mrdeano on August 10, 2009, 06:53:36 PM
Ctrl + FN + F3

OR

F3

For me anyway :) I always press the button when the loading screen first appears rather then when I turn it on.
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Hairyloon on August 11, 2009, 11:20:50 AM
How long? Oh about ten seconds....

Yeah, guessed it something like that.
Quote
So perhaps there is a problem with your BIOS?
Could be, any clues how to fix?
Quote
There are other combinations of key presses that have been mentioned in the past, not necessarily for this but may be worth a try to see if you get some sort of result e.g. FN+CTRL+F2. Only ever used the F3 one myself so not sure what the others do....  Anyone?
I've tried various.
The only thing that does anything else is FN+Ctrl+F2, which seems to be some kind of reset, but that does not help any.
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Artus Irbe on August 11, 2009, 01:32:19 PM
FN+Control+F2, is MBR reset, which is what I did before i formatted for the first time.

Now, as far as I know, there is only one way of doing a recovery reset (not MBR), which was the F3 key. It works on the Elonex that way, and i believe the CNM, although i can't say for sure because i don't own one of those.
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: SilvioRJBrazil on September 20, 2009, 10:28:17 PM
Hi, i`m sorry for my bad english, i`m brazilian; I have one EPC 700 and and it worked normally with Linux factory. When I tried to install the 3mx end he caught, began installing more in 4. He restarted the notebook, now he no longer starts either with his original system, I tried doing the recovery with all recoverys possible 3mx the new and the old Elonex onet new and old and even the manufacturers themselves, he says it all: error bad file or intao the process ends in less than 1 minute restart the PC and not into the system, Can anyone give me a light on how to solve it? here in Brazil do not have any support in this lap top. Thank you very much.
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: Artus Irbe on September 21, 2009, 06:59:46 AM
Have you tried re flashing the kernel? That is, downloading an MBR from the CNM website, and then installing? Hope this helps because i'm at a loss
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: SilvioRJBrazil on September 22, 2009, 05:24:05 PM
I tried to update the firmware as teaches at the site of CNM could not get over the pc does not recognize the installation ... and continues to appear v66 ... I can not install any recovery, tried with the 2 that the CNM has more site also could not. He begins to recognize the installation file recovery starts to reinstall the system more in 4. it restarts the pc and not come off the startup screen ... I do not know what to do more, not really even know the manufacturer of my epc700 not know if it's trandtac or cnm model is the same as the more cnm not sure ... so it has written down EPC 70001A0 ... Can anyone help me?
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: SilvioRJBrazil on September 22, 2009, 09:05:57 PM
I have other problem now ... in the first page of the 700 the epc my laptop dont read the SD card .... only the usb stick ... what can i do?
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: wicknix on September 23, 2009, 04:46:27 AM
Unfortunately reflashing only works with SD, not USB. Are you sure the SD card is in the right way? It's odd but these machines need the SD card to be upside down (contacts facing up) when inserted.

Cheers.
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: jimux on September 23, 2009, 10:02:26 AM
I had a lot of trouble when upgrading.  It is easy to corrupt an SD card so that it is no longer read by the netbook.  The files are quite long and data is still being written when all activity lights have stopped. 
Have a look using a desktop PC to ensure that the files are still on the card.
In the end I adopted the policy of writing files, waiting 10 minutes and then shutting down the PC before removing the SD card.
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: SilvioRJBrazil on September 24, 2009, 06:43:03 PM
I'll try to do this in the pc wait ten minutes ... while the other response, yes it is inserted upside down it is as if unaware of its content ... I do not know what to do ..
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: SilvioRJBrazil on September 28, 2009, 08:32:42 PM
Now I bought a Kingston 2gb SD to try upgrading to v70 again and install any operating system. I could not seem that my EPC 700 only read when it comes to USB, but I tried all possible recoverys files and can not resolve ... or just bad file or installation in 2 min restart and does not start the system. What to do? I would put it to work even with the old system (linux bad). I hope you can help me because here in Brazil ningue meche with such technology unless with the asus which are already well known. THANKS AGAIN!
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: SilvioRJBrazil on September 28, 2009, 08:33:13 PM
 ??? Now I bought a Kingston 2gb SD to try upgrading to v70 again and install any operating system. I could not seem that my EPC 700 only read when it comes to USB, but I tried all possible recoverys files and can not resolve ... or just bad file or installation in 2 min restart and does not start the system. What to do? I would put it to work even with the old system (linux bad). I hope you can help me because here in Brazil ningue meche with such technology unless with the asus which are already well known. THANKS AGAIN!
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: jon_doh on January 09, 2010, 07:45:30 PM
Loved 3mx............ however i get invalid ip address from my wifi which is dhcp...... i set it manually and that was fine but the dns wouldnt work...... i had to give up after 2 hours which irritated me lol ideas?
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: wicknix on January 09, 2010, 09:33:57 PM
Try restarting your router and/or changing it's channel. That seems to be an odd issue with these machines using WPA. It does work though. :)

Cheers.
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: plugs7 on January 10, 2010, 04:06:56 PM
I never could get 54Mbps 802.11g working on RC4, seemed to be something to do with how my AP's switched into auto long/short preamble mode on 11g (3 different Senao/Engenius 3054-CB3plus Long-range 11g's in AP/Router mode). Tried every channel, SSID mode, WEP/WPA encryption & even totally unsecured with no joy. All Absolutely fine in 11b using any of the above settings. Original distro & 3mx 1.x & 3.x had all been fine, but I liked 3mx RC4 so much I crippled most of my WiFi for all my other machines by running the main AP in 11b for about 3 months. Eventually tried & quite liked the speed of RC 1.2, & since it connected fine in 11g I decided to run with it & tolerate the few bits I missed from RC4 as I could revert the whole WiFi net to 11g. Now wix (You da man!) has given us 3mx ultra it brings back almost everything I liked about RC4, with the speed & responsiveness of the retro/RC1.x versions, & 54g still connects fine. Took me a while to figure out how to get the "widget" dock items to run vertically down the right side as per RC4 (edit it in /etc/jwm/jwmrc, not Rox-filer like I was trying doh!) & they don't look quite so cute as in RC4, but they're there & they "mostly" work (memory/swapfile bars are inaccurate/slow to update or even freeze).

(Sorry, drifting off there...) All in all, 3mx ultra seems to be the final piece which makes my Elonex 1t into the baby I wanted & thought from the specs I was buying in the first place. I now have a dinky, cheap & fairly solid machine which is always in my toolbox, connects universally, & fills all my lightwieght browsing, email, office & media player needs smoothly & reliably on the road or in the bath. Thanks for that!
Title: Re: 3MX Install Guide
Post by: wicknix on January 10, 2010, 07:20:49 PM
Thanks, glad you enjoy it.  ;D