Joshua D. Boyd
rescue at sunhelp.org
Fri Jun 15 15:40:51 CDT 2001
I don't think that anyone has such a CD. Aren't the linux setups
distributed booting off the harddrive? I don't think that the machines
license manager is understood well enough yet.
On Fri, 15 Jun 2001, James Sharp wrote:
> > > > > what you want to do with it. Not everyone spends their time recompiling
> > > > > kernels. If for some reason, you want to do some like ... <gasp>... play
> > > > > video games, then a nice Alpha doesn't do you much good :)
> > > > >
> > >
> > > I have a MIPS R5900 machine for playing games.
> > So how is it? I'm still back on a r3k. Thinking of upgrading to a SH-3
> > (or was it 4?), but I don't really know of any good places to buy games
> > (at low prices) for that. Some people still swear by the r4.3k
> > platofrm though. R5.9k is definately out of price range.
> I've been quite impressed with it. There's lots of power under the hood
> of that little blue box. A nice zippy DVD/CDROM drive so nothing takes
> forever to load....USB, Firewire, Dolby Surround & DTS sound out on a TOS
> link digital cable, S-Video out.
> If I could find someone who has the linux boot CD for it, I'd hang a USB
> ethernet adapter off of it & run stuff on it via NFS.
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