tuhs at keck.us
Fri May 28 14:06:41 AEST 2004
Now that you mention that...
I have two or three Britelite IPCs stashed away (that's more
or less a Sparc 2, or IPC, in a "luggable" formfactor, fold-up
LCD display with a whooping 640*480, even takes SBUS cards.
It's kinda portable, which means that the way to/from work becomes
your work-out. I wonder if Sprite runs on those as well. Gotta
fire that CDBurner up. That will take a bit. There is some bad
weather out there, and I think I heard the notorious phrase
"tornado warning" again :(
On Thu, 27 May 2004, Jochen Kunz wrote:
> On Thu, 27 May 2004 11:17:10 -0700 (PDT)
> Carl Lowenstein <cdl at mpl.ucsd.edu> wrote:
> > > > > I had the (small) pleasure to run it on a small number of
> > > > > DECstations back in 1994-1995 out of the freshly published
> > > > > WalnuCreek CD and I still long for some of it features.
> > Let me be confused, and note that a DECstation is not a SPARCstation.
> There where several ports: Sun3, Sun4 / SPARC, DECstation, SPUR, Sequent
> Symmetry at least. Even mixed architecture clusters where supported. See
> Hmm. I have some DECstation 3100, a 5000/240 and some SPARC 1+, 2, IPX
> machines around... ;-)
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