[rescue] Whither Solaris 10

Phil Stracchino phils at caerllewys.net
Wed Apr 29 07:09:55 CDT 2015

On 04/29/15 04:26, microcode at zoho.com wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 28, 2015 at 08:33:01PM -0400, John Francini wrote:
>> MIPS chips (or, I should say, the MIPS instruction set) lives on in Dell
>> EqualLogic storage arrays, running NetBSD.
> There are actual end-user laptops, towers, and minis running MIPS from
> Lemote in China. They run Debian, a localized Linux-something, and
> OpenBSD. I have a couple of the minis. They are the size of a paperback
> book and have a 160G SATA drive, 512M RAM, gigabit NIC, 4 USB ports, a real
> serial port, and HDMI. They also have onboard wireless and sound. They run
> OpenBSD fantastically well on less than 10W of walwart.

That's very useful information.  Thank you!

  Phil Stracchino
  Babylon Communications
  phils at caerllewys.net
  phil at co.ordinate.org
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