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Why is the OSx86 Database so out of date?


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I want to help myself and not just post questions to the forums, but EVERY SINGLE Gigabyte motherboard in the Database is so old they are no longer sold.

I want to build a really simple little server for a RAID array. I want something cheap. Super cheap. But where can I find current compatibly reports?

And why aren't all you folk doing the right thing and updating the Database with your own products when you have them working?? :)

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Because nobody is certain how the database works. It needs a clean wipe and an accompanying post saying post your setup AND the details/what you had to do/if you are putting it up there because it is incompatible.

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check out the Wiki
http://wiki.osx86pro...x.php/Main_Page

It's up to date!

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Submissions to the database don't get directly shown, and they are rarely approved/entered. I recommend the wiki until it gets an update!

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Submissions to the database don't get directly shown, and they are rarely approved/entered. I recommend the wiki until it gets an update!

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So how does the database work? Do you need help on it?

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There is not yet a working control panel. All work is done in the DB.

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