[rescue] Not exactly sun, but....
mfree80286 at adelphia.net
Fri Apr 16 18:47:47 CDT 2004
Zenith Z-248s. I worked on those, it's not completely AT on the connector
for the processor and memory boards.
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Subject: Re: [rescue] Not exactly sun, but....
> >>Well, they're obviously x86 SBC's. I'd guess the top one is a 486 and
> >>bottom one socket7. You said you have tons of these??
> > how common was that design approach back then with major vendors? I
> > have a couple (as in "2") old SNI PCs(*) that have the complete main
> > system on an ISA card and where usually is a mainboard there is just
> > a backplane. Haven't seen anything like that from IBM for example.
> I seem to remember a Zenith setup that used a plug-in board like that.
> The Navy owned a bunch of them. I seem to remember that I didn't have
> any luck powering one up without it's backplane, though...
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