[rescue] FS: (PURGE) all sorts of classic computer parts, computers, networking, ink/toner, etc
eric.ricomac at gmail.com
Fri Jun 10 13:20:20 CDT 2016
Maybe an sx buffer will be better, it's supported until 9
Le 2016-06-10 2:08 PM, "Dave McGuire" <mcguire at neurotica.com> a C)crit :
> On 06/10/2016 01:58 PM, rescue wrote:
> >> Solaris2 will run, but will be slower than pissing tar on an SS20.
> >> SunOS4 will run very fast on that hardware. I'd say "YMMV", but it
> >> really won't.
> > When I worked @ Sun, I was a SunOS 4.X holdout during the Solaris 2.X
> > migration internally.
> I was a SunOS4 holdout in your user base. ;)
> > I had an SS10 at the time.
> > I would not say it is slow per se.... I think it is very dependent on
> > the processor(s) and memory, and what he wants to do with it.
> I'd say it's slow. Even with 2x SM71s and 384MB of RAM it's slow.
> When it comes to getting real work done on the machine, there's really
> nothing better than SunOS4, IMO, from the field in the ISP world.
> > I didn't start accepting Solaris 2.X till the 2.4/2.5 timeframe.... by
> > that time it was in 'better shape'.
> I started tolerating it in 2.6, and liking it in 9. I adore it now.
> Dave McGuire, AK4HZ
> New Kensington, PA
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