ewwww 68k. Im putting it out on the curb right now.
Actually it has a 68010 dude, not too much of a
departure I dont think. It boots from the hd, but the
disks were ng. That site seemed to have software on
it, bv maybe it pd stuph.
> I thought those things were cool when they were new,
but they run a 68000
> chip so you should stay away. AT&T also had a
portable version that I'd
> really like to find, although that product may have
never reached the market.
> If you know of a UNIX PC available at my favorite
price (including software,
> of course), please, please, please let me know.
Another interesting machine
> would be an IBM RT/PC, which ran AIX on an early
> These machines come from the time when many industry
pundits thought UNIX
> would succeed DOS as the preferred OS for business
> --- Chris M <chrism3667@...> wrote:
> > It's not a PEECEE in the typical sense. Check out
> > link:
> > http://unixpc.taronga.com/
> > there seems to be alot of junk on there. Good
> > all my disks are bad :(
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