Subject: Re: Could somebody help me id hp9000/300 machine ?
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From: Jonny Llama <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/15/1996 18:53:04
> > 512a. Identifiable components are M68010,1mb of ram, two chips that are
> > covered with heat sinks and some video ram. Chips manufacturing dates are
> > between 85-86.
> Looks like your friend is the proud owner of an hp310. Sadly enough,
> NetBSD doesn't run on that box. I think you can run HP-UX 5.x and HP
> BASIC. Maybe HP Pascal.
I have HP-UX 7.x and I think HP-BASIC (i love this thing) on 16-track
tape if that would be any help to anyone.. As a proud owner of a 217 this
is what I use.. I also own a 322,332, and a 340 of which none run
NetBSD-300, yet. =)
> The backplane is at least usable... you might be able to scavenge an
> hp320 CPU board somewhere cheap....
Companies getting rid of the old intrumentation are always giving/selling
these things away.
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