I was just wondering if it is normal for the I-Opener's LCD to have horizontal 'distortions' on it. They aren't really a bother, and don't get in the way, but I was hoping everything is alright. They look to be caused by some type of interference, maybe with the Lasagna fan over the CPU, but I'm not sure. It kinda looks like little ripples in a pool of water (reminds me of when I got some unshielded speakers too close to an old 14" monitor a few years back).
I'm new here, but I've read for a ways (20+ pages) into the earlier posts here and didn't find anything regarding this.
If this is normal, no problem, but if not, I was hoping to perhaps find some way to cut it out entirely, or perhaps lessen the effect (having your screen wibble-wobble in the middle of the night isn't the most relaxing of sites).
Apparently I've got the V1 I-opener, a Rise mP6 266 @ 200MHz w/ Lasagna cooling fan, 128MB RAM, an IBM 1.4GB laptop drive mounted inside the cover, and enough RF shield off to prevent the Lasagna from buzzing and to provide an area to mount the hard drive to the plastic case.
Other than this, I'm quite happy with my I-Opener, RH 6.2 working fine with kernel 2.4.2, I found a reference to 'hdb=noprobe' wich fixed the only actual problem that I've had.
Thanks in advance for any help you guys can offer!