Subject: RE: Cheap systems with DU?
To: 'Curt Sampson' <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Kent Franken <email@example.com>
Date: 03/09/1998 08:49:01
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From: Curt Sampson[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Saturday, March 07, 1998 1:38 PM
To: Jon Buller
Cc: NetBSD Alpha Users
Subject: Re: Cheap systems with DU?
www.dcginc.com often has stuff in this area. They currently have
a 600 MHz DU system for $6800, and at one point they had a pile of
AS200 workstations with DU licences for not much more than a thousand
dollars (!). They don't mention the AS200s on their web page, but
some other dealer might still have one or two around.
Curt Sampson email@example.com Info at http://www.portal.ca/
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On Sat, 7 Mar 1998, Jon Buller wrote:
> To: port-alpha@NetBSD.ORG
> Subject: Cheap systems with DU?
> Date: Sat, 07 Mar 1998 08:13:31 -0600
> From: Jon Buller <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I've got a question that I think is impossible, but I wanted to
> make sure...
> I'm a grad student with very limited funds, and I've been dealing
> with a couple of old Symbolics machines at school. I'd like to
> run some of the stuff on OpenGenera, but I'll need an Alpha running
> Digital Unix to do it.
> It's possible that I'll be able to port some of the stuff to CMUCL.
> It is a bit longer shot, but I might be able to port Open Genera
> to NetBSD/Alpha. (Or perhaps it may be possible to run it under
> NetBSD if the emulation is good enough.)
> To do any of this, it would be *very* handy if I had a machine to
> run Open Genera on. I might be able to get the University to get
> it for me if an academic license is cheap enough, but that is
> questionable. Anyway, this brings me to the question, Does anyone
> know where I can get a real cheap alpha/Digital UNIX system?
> Jon Buller <email@example.com>