[rescue] FS/FT: Sun Ultra 30 - middling specifications... [SOLD]
Curtis H. Wilbar Jr.
rescue at hawkmountain.net
Sat Nov 15 15:46:36 CST 2003
I for one like the FS/FT postings on rescue vs the "scramble", etc
of ebay. And if people were to list things on ebay or a private
site, etc, then likely it will get posted here, and the traffic will
not really change at all... it will merely say "go here".
This is just my $0.05.
If you want to auction it under the theory of maximizing the dollar,
then just use ebay and get the world as an audience.... if you are
lucky, you'll get somebody to pay you 150% of what it is worth
(I've seen people pay for something on there more than what you can
find it in pricewatch.com for).
On Sat, 2003-11-15 at 13:58, Lionel Peterson wrote:
> The Ultra 30 appears sold - thanks!
> What would folks think about posting "private" ebay auctions for our
> stuff? The idea would be that the listing would only be available to
> those "alerted" to the auction (rescue. geeks mail list), and then we
> could all see long descriptions, photos, bid against each other, etc.
> without jamming everyones inboxes with these kinds of notes?
> I envision emails posted that would be like the following:
> For Sale:
> Indigo^2 R10K 200 MHz 256 Meg RAM 4 Gig HD <http://www.ebay.com/...>
> Ultra 1/170e w/ 128 Meg RAM 2x 4 Gig HD Creator
> I am curious what folks here think about the idea?
> Anyway, thanks!
> > On Sat, 15 Nov 2003 07:51:35 -0800 (PST)
> > Lionel Peterson <lionel4287 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > > Hello all,
> > >
> > > I am starting to reduce the number of UltraSPARC systems I have,
> > > since I will *never* get the time to build my *dream* network...
> > > First on the block is an Ultra 30 with the following
> > specifications:
> > >
> > > Ultra 30 base in good, clean condition
> > > 250 MHz CPU (w/ 1 Meg cache, IIRC 501-4278)
> > > Creator Framebuffer (501-4174)
> > > 256 Meg RAM (8x 32 Meg DIMMs)
> > > 1x 4 Gig HD (Seagate ST34371W)
> > > CD-ROM drive Toshiba XM-5401 (speed unknown)
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