[rescue] My new UltraSparc 5's, also my first Sun stations
Geoffrey S. Mendelson
gsm at mendelson.com
Thu Jun 2 18:05:08 CDT 2005
On Fri, Jun 03, 2005 at 12:44:37AM +0200, Jochen Kunz wrote:
> > Compiling anything on a U5 is an exercise in frustration
> Spoiled child. I do all my codeing on a 300 MHz U10.
Almost 15 years ago I wrote almost 100,000 lines of C code on a 6 mHz 286
running Coherent. My fast machine was a 16 mHz 386SX running UNIX.
A few years later I upgraded to a 386DX-33 which I used until I moved
here in 1996. (I still have the motherboard here somewhere).
I had one client in 1995 that had a monster NCR machine, 16 Pentium 90's
complete with the floating point bugw and microchannels. This was fast. :-)
They were not happy when they found out I had a machine at home that was
binary compatible with it.
I suggested that they make /usr/local/bin NOT world writeable before they
worried about me, This really pissed them off.
Along the way I aquired an AT&T 3B2/310 which although it was a
"native UNIX" machine was left in dust by the 386DX. Surprising as the
original owner had between 10 and 20 users on it at a time.
Geoffrey S. Mendelson, Jerusalem, Israel gsm at mendelson.com N3OWJ/4X1GM
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See U.S. patent applications 20050108591, 20050107165.
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