[rescue] IRIX 4.x
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Wed Jun 20 15:29:29 CDT 2007
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> Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2007 14:12:17 -0600
> From: "Robert Darlington" <rdarlington at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [rescue] FTP site for archive of _all_ old platforms on
> it's way
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> Ah, good point.
> SGI makes available for free a copy of the OS that shipped with your
> system. Call em up. They may charge for shipping, but in the past
> they did not.
They'll only sell you IRIX 6.5, and last time I tried this gambit, media
were about $600. Heck, all IRIX sales may have ended by now, I am
You need a valid support contract to get the time of day from SGI. The
oldest supported systems are the O2 and the Origin 2000.
Honestly, I doubt any IRIX 4.0-era stuff still exists on SGI property.
They're a much smaller company than they once were, and IRIX/MIPS is
much less important to them than it was even as recently as a year ago.
(When it wasn't that important.)
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