[rescue] restorations and keyboards

Jeff Workman jworkman at pimpworks.org
Tue Feb 3 22:19:21 CST 2004

(Hello everybody, it's been a long, long time...)

--On Tuesday, February 03, 2004 2:52 PM -0500 "Sheldon T. Hall" 
<shel at cmhcsys.com> wrote:

>  Dan Duncan said ...
> [of his SPARCclassic]
>> I have to admit I took some pride in hosting 5 virtual domains
>> for email and web and running a number of games[0], a leafnode
>> server, and other little amusing things on a fairly old piece
>> of hardware I got for $20.  (Take that, Windows boy!)

> Although I'm running a different mix, it's probably about the same load.
> The Sun lunchboxes were very capable machines, probably moreso than was
> appreciated when they were new, and continue to be so.

I take a lot of pride myself in running all 3 of the public pimpworks.org 
machines on old alphas, two of which are old 3000/300LXs.  These machines 
are from what? 1989 or so?  I'm pretty sure they predate the WWW, at the 
very least.


Jeff Workman | jworkman at pimpworks.org | http://www.pimpworks.org

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