[rescue] Sun SLC/ELC
Curtis H. Wilbar Jr.
rescue at hawkmountain.net
Tue Jan 14 21:20:34 CST 2003
If your close to it... It will probably go for $10 or less (searching ebay
completed shows one closed at $10 with 6 bids).... competition low...
So, if your close to it and interested go for it... looks very clean.
I wouldn't mind an ELC for the collection, but I'll wait to stumble upon
one locally... as I'm not going to pay $30 to ship a $10 computer...
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>Jochen Kunz wrote:
>> On 2003.01.14 08:48 Curtis H. Wilbar Jr. wrote:
>>>I have some Sun SLC/ELC cpu boards.
>>>I've been keeping these around in case I had an SLC/ELC to the
>>>collection, but SLC/ELC is low on my desired collectibles, so
>>>if there is interest let me know... FS or FT.
>> You know that you can operate a SLC / ELC board without the machine? You
>> only need to feed +5 / +12 / -12 V (the later only for the RS232) to it
>> to run. I mounted a ELC board in an external SCSI enclosure together
>> with a disk, CDROM and CDRecorder. Makes a perfect toaster with NetBSD.
>Almost makes it worthwhile to bid on this:
>even though I have no money right now.
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