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james at jdfogg.com
Fri Mar 19 21:50:44 CST 2004
> You have any use (or anyone else, for that matter) for an sbus fddi card?
> I'm guessing, but I think it's a 605-1494, but that's just a guess from
> some antiquated purchase order records. The part number breaks out to
> "FDDI/S SAS 3.0 fiber, hw/sw assembly."
I don't, but there are people here who will break their arm reaching for it
(hello Dave M. :-)
> <PetPeeve> How freaking hard would it be to put a frimpin' IDENTIFIABLE
> PART NUMBER on these condemned things?!?!?!?!
> Those little bar-code stickers with part numbers encoded on them
> just don't
> cut it in heavy traffic, or after lots of dust and heat. They
> peel off and
> are lost all too soon. </PetPeeve>
Most of us ID boards visually and then check the p/n to be sure.
> Anybody need one? I need another CPU for this sparcstation 20, and RAM.
> Will trade only, no cash (excepting postage, which ought to be
> pretty cheap).
Got any PlayStation2 games/controllers/network adapters/linux kits ? Since I
recently recieved a PS2 in a trade I've been enjoying it and need food for
it. My only other desire is a wireless pcmcia card supported by both Linux
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