Subject: hp300 parts
To: None <port-hp300@NetBSD.ORG>
From: michael smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/31/1997 21:39:49
I just picked up an HP300 at auction, which turned out to be
a "real" 300 (yuck) from which some kind person had in fact
removed the CPU board (probably actually an act of kindness 8)
Before I cart it off to the tip, here's a list of the
various parts that I have, on the off chance that they
might benefit someone here (no charge other than freight
for any of this stuff).
(ps. some sod got the 9000/345 at the next auction. Grr.)
98543A "medium-res colour" (Topcat?)
98625B HP-IB disk interface
98642A Async Mux
98561? "Human Interface" (Kbd, serial, audio, HP-IB)
98257A 1M Memory? (4x)
98568A 7-slot expansion chassis
98561X 9000/300 main chassis
Any takers (local would make sense for this) contact me directly.
Mike Smith *BSD hack Unix hardware collector
The question "why are the fundamental laws of nature mathematical"
invites the trivial response "because we define as fundamental those
laws which are mathematical". Paul Davies, _The_Mind_of_God_