Subject: Re: Alpha gear available in San Francisco
To: Jason Thorpe <email@example.com>
From: Jason Thorpe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/15/2005 15:55:53
On May 15, 2005, at 1:42 PM, Jason Thorpe wrote:
- The UP1000 is spoken for.
- The second processor board for the AS1200 is now officially
included with the AS1200.
> Free Alpha gear available for pick-up in San Francisco. Will
> consider shipping if you are willing to pay packaging and shipping
> costs. Will consider delivery to locations in the South Bay or
> Peninsula on weekdays (I work in Cupertino).
> I need to get this stuff out of my attic, and will send it to a raw
> materials recycler if no one wants it.
> - DEC 3000/300LX w/ keyboard
> - Multia (with "Multia heat death" fix applied)
> - AlphaStation 200 (disk is probably dead, but the machine was
> working fine when the disk croaked; I also need to find the top
> half of the case for this one)
> - AlphaPC 164
> - API UP1000 (speedy little 21264 system)
> - AlphaServer 1200
> =>This is a multiprocessor system with a StorageWorks-compatible
> disk shelf built-in. Plenty of disks for it. This system is quite
> heavy; I will not ship it, and I might need help getting it out of
> my attic (I certainly needed help getting it up there). If you
> want this system, I would really prefer pick-up, and would also be
> willing to provide beer for after the task is done.
> => Only one processor board in it right now -- one of the two
> originals let out its magic smoke a couple of years ago.
> - Additional processor board for the 1200 above. Chuq Silvers gets
> first-dibs on this, since he provided me with this spare board in
> the first place.
> -- thorpej