Subject: Re: difference between RaQ & CacheRaQ?
To: list NetBSD Cobalt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Richard Hamilton-Frost <email@example.com>
Date: 08/25/2007 18:47:11
I don't know where you get that confirmation, I own a CacheRaQ2 a
Cobalt RaQ, and a Cobalt RaQ 2, the interfaces on all of these units
On 25/08/07, Andreas Fuchs <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> As far as i know the main difference is the Ethernet ports, the Qube2
> and the Raq's have 10MB interfaces and the Cache Raq has 100MB ethernet
> ports. That's also the reason why the Restore CD was'nt working. Don't
> know about the 4.0b CD if there is any difference.
> James Hartley schrieb:
> > Attempting to flesh out some of the information in the FAQ, I ran into
> > the following through Google:
> > http://www.st.ryukoku.ac.jp/~kjm/report/N+I-99-Tokyo/RaQ.jpg
> > Does anyone know the difference between the RaQ & CacheRaQ? It
> > appears to only be a difference in supplied software, but where I
> > found this information was hazy at best...
> > Thanks.
> > Jim
> Andreas Fuchs
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