Rempit's Setup

Discussion in 'What's Your Setup?' started by rempit, 21 Jun 2012.

  1. rempit

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    I'm using 2 machines, 1 is a PC that hooked up with the SK9TG SignalKing Antenna, another machine is my laptop that I carry it around to unlock pins, using the SignalKing 999wn antenna. Both running Win 7 64-bit, Parallels Workstation, Xiaopan 0421, etc, both are Intel i7 CPU with 4GB RAM, etc...
     
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    would be very much informative if u could include a picture or two :)
     
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    OK guys, this is my setup.

    Option 1: Using the SignalKing SK-9TG and 999WN together with the internal laptop WIFI, when running the PW (Parallels Workstation), I can switch within A or B or C, I can also let the B (999WN) running the Xiaopan OS at the same time I surf internet using the A (SK-9TG) or my internal laptop WIFI.

    Sometimes my A (SK-9TG) crashed, I immediately unplug A and switch to B, more flexibilities.

    Perfect !

    Option 2: Hooking up with my Desktop Computer using the SK-9TG for permanent internet surfing.
     
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    looks like a useful setup u have there, i am still a mono-wifi adapter man.. :p
     
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    Actually you can hook up more than 2 antennas at one time, it just that I wonder how much RAM your computer requires?

    My current laptop is having 4GB RAM only, it is not enough memory for 2 antennas running Xiaopan OS at the same time.
     
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    You sure? Tiny Core Linux has the following requirements:

    Minimal Configuration
    CPUi 486DX
    46 MB of RAM

    Recommended configuration
    Pentium 2 CPU
    128 MB of RAM
    That is the beauty of Xiaopan and TCL, even computers that are 15 years old can still run it :joy. I like the idea of running 2 virtual machines with two antennas, that would be cool :me. You would need to set the RAM appropriately of course in a VM environment if you are looking to make it run all smoothly.
     
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    I now reset to 1Mb RAM per VM, works great...:me
     
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    Am I safe to assume you mean 1GB?
     
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    ooops..1Mb only !! :snake:eeks
     
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