I have a few of these actually.
the o2, exactly it needs the presenter video option addon board, which will also hook up to the presenter LCD monitor.
then you need the glasses, & possibly an IR emiter. It kind of depends on what your doing.
mrbob From SoCal Who joined March 31, 2008, 1:12 a.m.
hum interesting, does it open from clicking the little button on the front?
you could try to reset your enviroment "env" from the command promt mini root upon boot up.
If you may have added or removed any devices on your scsi chain it may have gotten the id number confused and cannot find the dvd device anymore.
mrbob Who joined March 31, 2008, 12:12 a.m. and authored 75 notes
Actually it makes complete sense. Flint was always a lower cost solution to the flame/inferno. Mainly it can only output 8bit files. .tga ect..
Flame was capped at HD resolution 8-10bit could also do 2k ( octane, onyx, tezro)
Inferno could handle 2k/4k (onyx)
Flint (standard def) could handle hd but was way too slow. (indigo, o2, octane) there was also a version re-named for the o2 called Effect option2
flint also did not have a dedicated stone array.
Flint could also be running from any decent o2 and use the built in i/o or the SDI addon board
now a days it hasnt changed much.
flint is still capped at 8-bit on linux, handles HD
flame can go up to 4k on linux (is capped at 4 cpu's)
Inferno has no limit and can use like 24+ cpu's if you got them
not cores, but full cpus
running flint with 64megs of ram sucked
mrbob Who joined March 31, 2008, 12:12 a.m. and authored 77 notes