Subject: Re: DEC sun3 gear available in Ottawa
To: Kirk Russell <email@example.com>
From: Douglas A. Tutty <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/18/2007 07:48:38
After thinking about it, at this time I'm not wanting hardware that
won't run a currently released BSD. However, if any of these boxes are
able to run one then I am interested. By able to run, I mean that they
have a drive, enough memory, etc all functional and able to boot and run
the NetBSD install media (floppy, CD).
If it is fully functional (reasonably clear screen, keys work), I would
be interested in the VT100. I have a nephew at Carleton and would drive
up to Ottawa for a pre-Christmas (he's from the west coast) visit and
would get the VT100 at that time.
I still can't get the website from Kingston (ISP=porchlight.ca). DNS is
fine but the html connection times out.
On Mon, Nov 12, 2007 at 09:58:11AM -0500, Kirk Russell wrote:
> Free gear available for pick-up in Ottawa. Will consider shipping
> if you are willing to pay packaging and shipping costs.
> I need to get this stuff out of my basement.
> - Sun 3/50 and Sun 3/160
> - MicroVAX-II in a BA123 enclosure
> - DEC RL02 drives
> - AlphaServer 2100
> - DECstation 3100
> - SPARCstation IPC
> - VT100 Tempest
> There will be more gear available. I will update this webpage as
> I sort out the gear -- http://www.ba23.org/page0290.html