From: Mike Monett
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Subject: Re: Adjustable current source
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Date: Thu, 19 Dec 2002 10:59:59 -0800
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Organization: Bell Sympatico
Winfield Hill wrote:
> Mike wrote...
> > I have their driver design on a CDROM around here somewhere,
> > but it's in Acrobat 4.0 so I need to find someone running W98
> > to read it.
> I can read it. I find the full version of Acrobat very useful,
> creating and editing pdf files, plus Illustrator for the tough
> tasks. At a minimum you should be able to view Acrobat files.
> Ghostscript can do this. An additional computer running Linux
> may be a good bet: a $199 Walmart machine - Lindows or whatever.
> Along with a Belkin KVM switch for convenience. Then you'll be
> empowered for all this .pdf file stuff.
> - Win
Yes, I've been running SuSe over a year now and I love it! Not ever the
slightest problem. Well, a monitor died, but that's no fault of the OS.
As Chris mentioned, Acrobat 5.0 runs on it, and all I have to do is get
All my time recently has been spent fighting mold problems. These became
much worse when the weather turned cold and I had to close the windows.
The latest attempt seems to be working. I installed ventilation fans to
exhaust the air from the heating system outside. If the fan specs are
accurate, I'm moving 330 cubic feet per minute, which is a lot of air. It
works well for two rooms, but the kitchen is still a problem, so I'll
have to make a differential thermometer and try to find any leaks that
somehow got overlooked.
Then, I can get Acrobat installed on my SuSe machine and see how they
solved the YIG driver problem.