[rescue] 600MP gear, etc
Curtis H. Wilbar Jr.
rescue at hawkmountain.net
Fri Apr 4 22:38:44 CST 2003
I replied to this shortly after you sent it.... but I'm not sure if my
reply got out (I just upgraded my mailserver, and I did have one thing
wrong I had to tweak.... so if this is a dupe... sorry).
I'm very interested in the 150 chassis, but would require shipping.
I would obviously pay for the shipping, plus some $$ for you for taking
the time to pack and ship.
I am also interested in a 600MP memory expansion board.
I've been wanting a 150 enclosure for a while so I can play with some
VME boards I have... and the only chassis I have are 110 which simply
don't offer enough slots to do much other than run things like 4300,
4600. I have a brande new VX/MVX graphics setup I'd like to play with,
I've got a Sun 3/470 mainboard and memory boards that I'd like to play
with.... problem is for anything like that I need more than 3 slots :-(
A 150 would be perfect.
I am in Sharon, MA (zip 02067)
>Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2003 10:52:12 -0800
>From: Robert Novak <rnovak at indyramp.com>
>To: rescue at sunhelp.org
>Mail-Followup-To: Robert Novak <rnovak at indyramp.com>, rescue at sunhelp.org
>Subject: [rescue] 600MP gear, etc
>If any of you were waiting on me to get my 600MP gear out, drop me a note
>offlist. I know two or three people have asked about it in the last year or
>so, but I'm too distracted to dig through 133MB of compressed mail at the
>I have two 600MP system boards with updated prom sets, a memory board,
>a Jaguar IPI controller with cable and Zebra array, and a few enclosures
>of the 110, 330, and 150 varieties. I won't ship enclosures, although they
>are free for local pickup.
>I may have some CPUs around... although I think I owe dibs on the SM81s
>to someone out there (remind me?). There's also some memory for the boards.
>And for those of you within range of the bay area (San Francisco/San Jose,
>California), feel free to contact me about a scavenging tour of my
>collection. Check the archives for a sampler list. My schedule is fairly
>open, and a lot of it is free.
> Contributions to the moving/storage fund are welcome, but on a lot
>of this I'd rather give it away to a good home than keep it, so I don't
>insist on the contributions. And they're not tax deductible, sorry.
>Robert Novak, Indyramp Consulting * rnovak at indyramp.com * indyramp.com/~rnovak
> "I don't want to doubt you, Know everything about you
> I don't want to sit Across the table from you Wishing I could run."
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