Fr Jan 28 2011 12:25:36 EST von IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Betreff: Re:Our commuter railroads have either overhead power lines or a third rail. We use diesel for long distance rail, especially freight rail. Remember, we have much longer distances.
yea I know; since distances are shorter over here, there is less space so there isn't much dedicated freigt-rail in europe.
I guess the new highspeeed lanes are the first ones to make this distinction, next to the commuter rail systems in berlin that also have the 3rd rail power system..
unless you need to have something failsafe like the castor transport there is no need to have diesel freight lines...
most lines that have frequent traffic have overhead lines, so most freight railtraffic is also done with electric engines.
whew. now this is a bad thing. coincidence?
yesterday late nite such a talend alike train collided with a freight train.
this is the freight engine:
its even older than the 218 pictures i've posted before.
freeware? is that those things you need for windows?
Are the solid state drives drop-in replacements for a standard hard drive? (on my laptop). That would probably rejuvenate and extend the life of my machine quite a bit.
afaik they just have usual pata/sata interfaces. most probably sata interaces will be more common these days.
maybe a CF adaptor will suit your needs too?
a good 90% (or above) of SSD drives available are SATA-II or better.
good old plug-and-play interface
...rumors of dell bying amd?
Well...mine is old enough that it has a pata interface. The ssd are either too small or outrageously expensive. Sooo....I'm kinda outta luck. My job situation is such that it would be unwise to spend any money on new equipment at this time. The laptop is just a luxury anyways.
try putting an USB stick inside or such
some soldering, there you go.
Some observers are also suggesting that there exists a clause in the AMD-Intel cross licensing agreement that would cause that agreement to terminate if AMD is acquired.
easy to use vs. easy to learn