[rescue] Sun Kit Needed for EE Student Here
Micah R Ledbetter
vlack-lists at vlack.com
Wed May 3 14:44:39 CDT 2006
On May 3, 2006, at 13:13, der Mouse wrote:
> I was depressed when I went to buy a new disk for a peecee that was
> about two or three years old and they told me, oh, I'm not sure it'll
> work, that's considered obsolete now. With my 20-year-old Suns, I can
> get a disk fresh from the factory and plug it in and it Just Works.
> (I'll need an adapter from 50-pin to 68-pin, or for slightly more
> recent machines perhaps a wide-SCSI card instead, but that's it.)\]
Where the hell was this? There is no successor to ATA, SATA (, or
SCSI, for that matter, which is perfectly available on PCs with cheap-
or-free expansion cards) which has made the old so out of mode as to
be unavailable or even no longer produced.
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