Subject: Re: BSD system bezels?
To: Markus Illenseer <email@example.com>
From: Dave Burgess <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/16/1998 17:49:15
One of the things Omaha has in abudance is places that do this type of
work. 1" x 1" bezels, printed in one color on bronze colored metal
are $1.54 each/quantity 100. There is another place here in town that
does them for $1 a piece, but they look like crap.
Here's a recommended source:
921 Bellevue Blvd N.
> > They are the little 1 inch by 1 inch rubbery transparent thingys
> > with an embedded piece of metal foil with a company logo in front
> > put on random PCs by clone assemblers. PC enclosures usually
> > have a little square area for this purpose on the front side.
> "Yes, it runs Novell", "Intel inside", "Macintosh instead", "Win95
> compatible" - those stickers come to my mind.
> In fact, all those "stickers" and "bezels" ("Bembel" in german)
> are not given away just like this, but after a thoroughly test.
> How about a NetBSD-test-suite? Then we can talk about that bezel :-)
> OK, I admit, your idea was not one of those stickers, but another
> one, but even so, why not?
> Markus Illenseer
> NetBSD 1.3.2 CD-ROM "Gateway! Vol. 3" now shipping! See: http://core.de/
Dave Burgess Network Engineer - Nebraska On-Ramp, Inc.
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