[rescue] AT&T 3b2's for rescue

Steve Sandau ssandau at bath.tmac.com
Wed Oct 29 11:43:17 CST 2003

I am also not going to be a whole lot of help, since I am in Maine. I 
do, however, have a small amount of experience with 3b2's. The Navy 
office here had a few, and I was impressed with the version of Unix they 
ran. (Used sysV as I recall; my first experience with it. This was 8 
years ago or so.)

Cool boxes. Close to bulletproof, with the weight you'd expect from 
that... Maybe a foot or so tall and wide, two feet deep?? Been a while.

If there's something I can do to help that doesn't require a lot of 
money (don't have much right now), you can let me know, Curt. If 
shipping isn't too bad, I might split it with you and take one of them. 


Curtis H. Wilbar Jr. wrote:
> If nobody rescues these, and someone can volunteer to pack/ship them,
> if the resulting shipping costs are not hideous, I'll try to save them.
> If I was local it would be easier, but I'm in Sharon, MA.
> I would like to see these systems saved (even though I've never
> touched a 3b2).
> -- Curt

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