Re: sparc buildd issues [Re: Release candidate architecture requalification results; amd64 is RC]
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- Subject: Re: sparc buildd issues [Re: Release candidate architecture requalification results; amd64 is RC]
- From: Josip Rodin <email@example.com>
- Date: Sat, 24 Feb 2007 14:57:15 +0100
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On Sat, Jan 27, 2007 at 10:20:16AM +0100, Josip Rodin wrote:
> > Yesterday I decommissioned that 280R and it's now waiting in a storage
> > room. I'll find some extra disks and plug them in, as well as a
> > permanent place in a network rack.
> I finally plugged in that Fire 280R last night! :) It took some time, but
> it's there.
> > I don't know what kind of memory these machines use, and judging by the
> > price of extra CPUs I doubt I'll be able to afford buying more, but
> > otherwise this is a machine stronger than either vore or spontini.
> OK, so the machine currently has 1 GB RAM, and one 750 MHz processor.
> If Debianites have any spare money at hand to buy extra components from one
> of those cheap American shops, and are also going to DebConf in Edinburgh,
> I'd be happy to reimburse them personally and pick the stuff up at the
I got inventive and found a quicker way :) The machine currently has
2 GB RAM memory and two 750 MHz processors.
Now it's better in that regard than both auric and spontini, which should
make it worth while.
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