[rescue] Transplanting a Sun Fire V210 motherboard - PSU requirements?`

Dr. Robert Pasken rpasken at eas.slu.edu
Wed Feb 27 12:40:45 CST 2013

There is a stable version of OpenIndiana (151a7) for Sparc's now 
available. I have it running on a Blade-2000 and I haven't found 
anything that doesn't work as it should, although I haven't tested every 
last little bit. I have gschem and pcb running in addition to xephem.

On 2/27/13 12:31 PM, Mouse wrote:
>>> [...] NetBSD [...]; even now, as far as I can tell Linux is the only
>>> other option for the variety of hardware I have, [...]
>> Something wrong with OpenBSD?
> True, I tend to forget them.
> I personally won't have anything to do with it becaues it's got Theo,
> with whom I had a bit of a dustup that means I want to avoid anything
> he's involved in.  (Avoiding OpenSSH was one of the motivations behind
> my writing moussh, for exmaple.)
> So far, my perception of OpenBSD has not been enough better than NetBSD
> to override that.
> What I'd _like_ to do is to head off in my own direction.  I'm not sure
> what, and I'm not sure I'm capable, but I am sure it would be
> interesting.
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