Subject: Re: Integraph Series 6700--Port to the dumpster, or worthwile for NetBSD?
To: Brian Wildasinn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Joseph Mallett <jmallett@NewGold.NET>
Date: 08/29/2001 23:40:19
What kind of processor is this? I've checked around on the web and all I
can find is that CLIX is a SVR4 based computer, and possibly that it has
some form of Win32 compatability?
On Wed, Aug 29, 2001 at 04:21:53PM -0700, Brian Wildasinn wrote:
> >Hi Brian,
> >Your best bet is to post a message to
> >email@example.com (you
> >need to subscribe to send a message). People
> >interested in new hardware, (or old hardware ;-)
> >listen there for questions related to this sort of
> >Thanks for your interest in NetBSD!
> On Tue, Aug 28, 2001 at 11:42:15PM -0700, Brian
> Wildasinn wrote:
> > firstname.lastname@example.org (Brian Wildasinn) sent the
> > comment about The NetBSD Project's WWW server:
> > Just aquired some hefty paperweights, 15 Intergraph
> > Series 6700 CAD/CAM stations, with 5 hi-rez 19"
> > I would have taken all the monitors, but I maxed out
> > garage temporarily, in case these ex-military issue
> > hardware would made a tinkering project for next
> > Should I just dump thess as usless trash, is there a
> > NetBSD port kit, for testing obscure hardware?
> > yet, anybody doing a port to this stuff? If you like
> I would
> > do a part-out photo shoot of the pieces to get
> > started, unless I missed someones porting website
> > this. From my limited research it appears CLIX is
> > operating system.
> > Any suggestion welcome.
> > Brian
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Joseph A. Mallett
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