[rescue] restorations and keyboards

Mike Hebel nimitz at nimitzbrood.com
Tue Feb 3 07:52:39 CST 2004

On Tuesday, February 3, 2004, at 07:42 AM, Dan Duncan wrote:

> On Mon, 2 Feb 2004, Sheldon T. Hall wrote:
>> On the inside, they tend to be uprated to a little better spec than 
>> the
>> "as-built."  More memory and more disk space, usually.  Sun originally
>> delivered my SPARCclassic, for example, with 16 MB of RAM and a 424 
>> MB hard
>> drive.  It runs a _lot_ better with 128 MB and 4.5 gigs....
> Uh oh... You don't think less of me for using a dremel tool to cut
> away the floppy mask and give one of my SPARCclassics an internal
> tape drive, do you?

Hell no!  That's a "good" hack!  ;-)

Making a custom cage and installing a slot-load slimline CD and a thin 
SCSI drive would be even cooler but that's just me.  *grin*

Now if you were trying to install a PC into it then we'd complain...

Mike Hebel

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