[rescue] Octane login wanted...

Thomas Gallaway tgallaway at comcast.net
Mon Jan 6 15:26:39 CST 2003

You might be better up grabbing a origin 200. They are more made for 
server use. Octanes are more of a workstation. Origins you can rackmount 
and they have them fairly cheap on ebay. Just get the mipspro compilers 
and you should be set hehe...

I don't know if you ca even run a octane headless...

On Mon, 6 Jan 2003 4:19PM -0500, Patrick Giagnocavo +1.717.201.3366 
> Right now I run an exclusively OpenBSD based webhosting setup (aside
> from the RaQ in the corner, running Linux/MIPS).
> I have a few clients for which an Octane may be appropriate, but given
> my experience with a R10k/195 i2 I am not sure if it is fast enough.
> Is there anyone here who could bless me with an ssh login to an Octane
> or similar?  Having a compiler available would be wonderful but is not
> absolutely needed.
> Cordially
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