[rescue] SGI Equipment available in Seattle
Sheldon T. Hall
shel at artell.net
Mon Mar 24 13:25:31 CDT 2014
It looks like WinXP and I are going to reach EOL together; after a 20-year
battle with cancer, I've signed up for in-home hospice care.
As a result, I have a pile of SGI and associated equipment I'd like to pass
along to someone who can still use it.
It's a large pile:
SGI Indigo2: Purple R10k-195, MaxImpact, 768MB RAM, nice plastic, IRIX
6.5.22. Battery is dead, but it will boot through the maintenance menu.
SGI O2: Mid-range spec, but I think it has the high-end A/V module. IRIX
6.5.30, boots and runs fine. Plastic good except CD-ROM drive door missing.
SGI Octane: Single processor, dual graphics modules, good plastic, IRIX
External peripherals: About a dozen Sun and SGI external cases (411, 611,
etc.) suitable for all sorts of SCSI devices. Some open-face, some closed,
etc. I think there's an SGI SCSI floppy drive in a granite case.
Cables: A large collection of external SCSI cables.
Drives: A bunch of those, too, including some 36 GB SCA drives.
Parts, books: Yep. A couple or three Granite keyboards and mice. Large
box of IRIX installation CDs. Much etc.
I'd love for this to go together. I can't ship it; it's SGI stuff, it
weighs a ton, and I'm not really in shape to take it anywhere. It'll all
fit in a station wagon; getting it in a compact sedan might be a challenge.
Contact me off-list to arrange pick up on Bainbridge Island, across Puget
Sound from downtown Seattle.
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