[rescue] RS/6000 Model 390 and PowerStation 560... Comments?

Carl R. Friend crfriend at rcn.com
Fri Jun 6 20:16:26 CDT 2003

   Francisco writes:

> PS. Where the heck do you get the space for all that stuff? We should do a
> recount to see which people have the most ISA-diverse collections at home.

   Space is a precious commodity indeed.  It does help to think in
all three dimensions so you can cram stuff in places you spouse or
significant other won't think to look.  My big victory came when I
was able to convince my Wife that *racks* were a good idea.  Two
five-footers in the living room and a three-footer in the dining
room have helped.  Then there's the rest of the "little" bits...  Oh,
never-mind, I'm doomed.

  When I first saw this thread on the RS/6000 390 I misread it as
930 (of which I have one).  The 930's a nice machine.  Yes, it's
a tad slow by modern standards (whatever the *F* they may be), but
it does stuff faster than I can, and it runs AIX 4.3.3.  And that's

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