RE: [midatlanticretro] not retro exactly...but is anyone into Sun and SGI stuff?
- Will be vintage in about five or ten years, I guess. :)- EvanI'm becoming more and more interested in these things by the day. May
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Subject: [midatlanticretro] not retro exactly...but is anyone into Sun and SGI stuff?
even start a group (wow what a thought). If anyone has knowledge of
these things, especially Sun boxes, I'd like to hear from you. I know
enough about SGI stuff to know they use PC kb's and mice. Bought a
SPARC classic and cd-rom at TCF. I imagine those are like contemporary
- --- ahm <ahm@...> wrote:
> On Thu, May 12, 2005 at 07:13:06PM -0000, chrism3667 wrote:There's lots of us with these in the basement... 8-)
> > If anyone has knowledge of these things, especially Sun boxes,
> > I'd like to hear from you.
> These should be good for starters...
I'm actually looking to get rid of an SLC, IPX, and a Sparc2 clone if
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- The one item I forgot to mention in a recent post. I very recently
aquired an SGI Indigo2. But I have no way of hooking it up to a
monitor. I need either an SGI monitor, or at least the 13W3 connector
so I can build an adaptor. IRIX on CD and an SGI CD drive (with
mounting bracket) would also be useful.
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> There's lots of us with these in the basement... 8-)
> I'm actually looking to get rid of an SLC, IPX, and a Sparc2 clone if
> anyone's intersted.