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[EdLUG] Disposing of a few bits and pieces

Edinburgh Linux Users Group edlug at
Sat Jan 30 13:44:53 UTC 2016

Hi David

I would be interested in some of your bits and pieces. The MB in the tower PC is better than my desktop... The PCI SATA
card could come in handy too. I live in Southside, so collecting it is easy.

Thank you

On 28 Jan 2016 22:36, Edinburgh Linux Users Group <edlug at> wrote:
> Hey folks, 
> I'm disposing of a few bits and pieces, just thought I'd offer them here in case they can find use in an interesting
project somewhere!  Not looking for any money as long as you can collect them; I'm fairly central (near the
Pleasance).  Please get in touch if you want any pictures.
> - Linksys WRT54G (Haven't tested but I'm pretty sure it's working, and may have been flashed with DDWRT or similar)
> - D-Link network webcam DCS-5300G (Unfortunately the video stream uses an ActiveX control that I've never got working
on Linux.  It's simple enough to grab images though.)
> - PCI SATA card
> - Cheap USB keyboard
> - Cheap USB 7.1 soundcard
> - A couple of 60mm Fractal Design fans (unused)
> - Working tower PC.  It hasn't been used in a few years, but seems to be running fine.  I just ran a Memtest and
CPU burn for an hour or two.  Only issue is that the power supply fan is making a slight buzz.
> CPU:    Intel Core2 Duo E6600 (2 x 2.4GHz).  CPU cooler is an Arctic Freezer 7
> MB: MSI P965 Neo
> RAM: 4GB DDR2 (4 x 1GB)
> GPU: Nvidia Quadro FX380
> There's an old IDE DVD writer in it, and a couple of big case fans.  There is no hard drive or operating system.
 It has a cheap power supply (with dodgy fan as mentioned above).
> Cheers,
> David

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