[rescue] rescue Digest, Vol 133, Issue 12
peter at ashlyn.co.uk
Tue Dec 17 01:41:39 CST 2013
On 17 Dec 2013, at 04:16, rescue <rescue at hawkmountain.net> wrote:
> On 2013-12-15 17:52, Peter Stokes wrote:
>> On 15 Dec 2013, at 20:23, Fred <FRED at MISER.MISERNET.NET> wrote:
>>>> From: IN%"rescue at sunhelp.org" 15-DEC-2013 13:06:41.11
>>>> To: IN%"rescue at sunhelp.org"
>>>> Subj: rescue Digest, Vol 133, Issue 12
>>>> From: Peter Stokes <peter at ashlyn.co.uk>
>>>> Subject: Re: [rescue] Sparc Classic & IPX rescue
>>>> If you want to stay in the period, then you need to run, from memory,
>>>> 4.x and Openview or Solaris 1.x.
>>> A SunOS 4.x machine is where I had one of my first public access Unix
>>> accounts. That sounds like something I need to pursue ... :)
>> I have ISOs of the SPARC based Sunos 4.x/Solaris 1.x if you need them.
>>> Again - thanks everyone for the replies. Once I resurrect one or both,
>>> post again to the list. Also incidentally, in the rescue was a case that
>>> looked like an IPX or Classic, but was not badged on the front. It was
>>> I opened it up and it turns out it was a disk expansion of some sort with
>>> mammoth Seagate SCSI drive in it.
>> That would most likely be a 2.9gb 5.25" disk from memory
> I believe the largest drive from Sun in these was a 1.3G Seagate (Elite
series ?) drive if memory serves me correct.
> I have one of those enclosures too... except mine is missing a foot.
I stand corrected, just shows how much you forget, and how small they were,
and that is without getting onto the old SMD washing machines.....
> -- Curt
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