Blu-Ray or HD-DVD, which one for linux users?
Okay, so the next generation of media is coming. My concern is that we are going to get some new encryption that we won't have a DVD-John for. Which, if any, do you think will have any or better linux support? I suspect that Sony is going to end up in the dirt picking up some teeth after this tussle; Blu-Ray seems like something the industry will have to exert much more effort to integrate, unlike HD-DVD which is cheaper and easier to incorporate. But aside from which one will or won't work; which one does the linux community want to win?
Disk Boot Error after installing second harddrive improperly
Well, I just keep on getting a "BOOT DISK ERROR" When the machine boots up.
Well, my original drive was set to be Cable Select...
The new drive I was adding was set to be a Slave...
Problem was, I (Not realising what I was doing) hooked the slave up to the first connector on my IDE cable, and my original drive to the second connector on my IDE cable. The machine only picked up the newly added drive, which made me realise my grievous error. I quickly switched the cables around, and recieved a "BOOT DISK ERROR". Throw in a Windows XP CD and everything works fine, leave it out, and the BOOT DISK ERROR returns. I'm pretty sure that a reformat and a clean install would fix the problem, but is there some other way around this?