[time-nuts] 5370 processor boards available

paul swed paulswedb at gmail.com
Thu Feb 27 22:03:52 EST 2014

Looks like I win the fiver.
Johns created a great board for the 5370.
However you can't just turn the 5370 off as this lazy person is used to.
Plus I really have to say after a full day of time-nuttery I won't remember
to shut the linux down.
So thats the need good old shutdown controlled by the power off button.
But as Tom says please send the thoughts to John.

On Thu, Feb 27, 2014 at 8:55 PM, Brian Lloyd <brian at lloyd.com> wrote:

> And after all that, *STILL* no one has been able to answer the question,
> "Is there a problem that must be solved?" Oh, lots of supposition, rules of
> thumb, boatloads of experience, etc., but still no determination that
> something really needs to be solved.
> One of the interesting things that came from building the internet protocol
> suite was a whole bunch of, "well, let's just try it and see," that
> resulted in a whole LOT of, "Oh, wow, it turns out it's just not a problem
> because it just doesn't happen."
> I would be willing to lay a fiver that this is one of those situations.
> --
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