[rescue] With all this SGI talk...
rdarlington at gmail.com
Wed Aug 1 11:02:00 CDT 2007
You can have my 4d/440 system if you want to pick it up (and help me
dig it out of my storage unit). Quad 33MHz R3000 procs, VTX graphics
if I recall. Irix 5.3 w/ gcc and the development libraries installed.
The LEDs on the video card alone make it worth the effort ;). It
works fine and is in pretty good shape. It has some video option that
I can't remember the name of. Tons of BNC connectors.
You can have my Indigo as well if you want it (but I'm not parting
with the keyboard/mouse -I use them on my Onyx).
I'm in northern New Mexico, Los Alamos.
On 8/1/07, Mr Ian Primus <ian_primus at yahoo.com> wrote:
> --- Earl Baugh <earl at baugh.org> wrote:
> > Reminded me of my first SGI, a Personal Iris 4D/35,
> > fully stocked,
> > which was a first for me on a Unix box (full of
> > memory, and all of the
> > graphics options)
> > I enjoyed it immensely.... I would like to rescue
> > one, but haven't seen
> > any available...
> Yeah, same here - I've been hunting for SGI boxen
> other than the standard Indy/Octane/Indigo2 - have yet
> to turn up any earlier/bigger machines - would love to
> find one. If anyone knows of any homeless boxen... :)
> Similarly, I have seen very, very little in the way of
> older Unix stuffs in the last couple years. Is there
> much of this gear still around?
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