On 21/03/02 11:17, "Andy Collins" <andy.collins_at_belgravium.com> wrote:
> At 10:43 21/03/2002 -0500, you wrote:
>> 1 KB per second seems a bit slow. But you have to remember that in the case
>> of a file transfer, the file has to be written to a store. That slows things
>> down a bit.
> The reason I was wondering about the speed is that I've been having some
> trouble with MadMax pausing when I play MP3s over e'net and I wondered if
> the speed was an issue. 1kB/s seems v/slow to me when I think that rs-232
> on the Newt will happily do ~3.6 kB/Sec.
>> And I have no idea where your file ended up. What kind of file is it, btw?
>> One thing for sure, you have about 500 KB wasted on one of your store (hope
>> that's on an external card...)
> It's an MP3. The idea was to download it using FTP and get MaxMax to play
> it. Fortunately it's on an external card. Is there a way to seek and kill
> it on the card?
I'll take it that you already went in InOut and it wasn't there, even after
you selected to see all In/Out items...
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