LinuxBIOS Symposium 2006
- Monitor(s) - 1 Flatpanel (Stefan)
- Keyboards - PS2
- US/German power converters.
- usb to serial (2)
- 1M flash parts 49lf008a
- 512K flash parts. 49lf004
- epia that works
- digital logic msm800sev that is in progress
- lippert frontrunner that is in progress.
- serial and ethernet cables.
- several enet switches.
- outlet strips
- CF cards
- IDE->CF adapters
- USB storage dongles
- RUMBA board for burning flash parts.
- several IBM power warts
- 3 OLPC
- 1 OLPC
- USB -> 3.5 IDE HD
- a couple of 3.5 IDE HD's
- USB CDR/DVD burner.
- ASUS P2B i440bx mother board
- 4 in 1 screwdriver.
- Small screwdriver for pulling DIPs
- Several 29F040b PLCC, Some DIPs I pulled from old motherboards
- ATX powersupply
- USB mouse.
- Small PS/2 keyboard
- USB -> PS/2 adapter.
- several cheap not surge protected powerstrips. (If they blow up no loss)
- serveral EU to US plug adapters.
Stuff I was bringing but decided not to
- 500W 220 -> 110V transformer. (this thing is a cavity search waiting to happen)
- USB -> 2.5 IDE HD (Needs above)
- Max Speed Max Term motherboard (needs above)
- Via Epia-M
- GBit Switch
- WIFI Routers
- Galep IV Flash burner for DIL and PLCC
- some power strips
- CE power chords
- remote power switch
- Bios Savior+USB control
- chip pullers
- a USB keyboard
- some serial cables (nullmodem)
- usb2serial converter
- usb debug device
- usb flash stick + usb hard drive
- usb hub
- (multimeter+soldering iron)
- 3 USB-to-PS2 converters
- ca. 10 PLCC chips of various brands/sizes
- ca. 5 DIP chips of various brands/sizes
- a test laptop (SIS 650/691) with socketed PLCC chip:
- Maybe one or two motherboards, if there's room left
- Bios Savior (512KB)
- plcc removal tool
- Serial cable (DB9 female/DB9 female)
- USB to serial cable (DB9 male)
- USB -> 2.5 IDE case with 2.5" IDE drive
- IDE 3.5" -> 2.5" converters
- couple of EU -> US plug converters
- lots of anti-drm and GNU/linux stickers