Subject: (more) hardware for donation
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From: Larson, Timothy E. <Larson.Timothy1@mayo.edu>
Date: 02/28/2003 13:07:28
I don't need it, it's taking up space, but I can't bear to throw working stuff away. :) So if you're a NetBSD developer and any of this stuff would be useful to you, let me know. I'm happy using my SE/30 for NetBSD, primarily because it doesn't take up much space. These have got to go.
All of this equipment is in semi-unknown condition. I've booted them within the past year so I know they work. But I've been "borrowing" and swapping parts around for my own use over the past 6 months, so I don't know exactly what configuration they are in. I'm sure they all have drives and RAM, just not sure how much. If you have a _serious_ interest, let me know and I'll find out. IIRC there's nothing special (in terms of expansion abilities) about any of these.
Here's what I have:
Centris 650 *
Here's the deal:
If you're local, then pick it up - it's yours. If you're not, then commit to paying the shipping (which you can approximate from info online), once I get it boxed up I'll let you know exactly what that comes to, and you send a check. I'm a busy guy, so I can't guarantee a timeframe. I also get to Nebraska fairly often, so we could maybe arrange a meet there.
If you just need some parts, I'll consider that too, as long as there isn't someone else who would like the whole machine.
Contact me _off list_.
* This was the first computer I owned. Pleeeaaase don't make me throw it out. :)
Tim Larson <>< <>< <>< <>< <><
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