Re: Any progress?
Don't suppose you have any spare RAM for a sparcstation?
On 08/10/2007, Peter Rohrer <email@example.com> wrote:
> Am Montag, 8. Oktober 2007 16:29 schrieb Bernd Zeimetz:
> > > I will get in contact with some of those kernel developers and ask
> > > wait for some good recommendations or hints. I have only my very
> > > very very old Sparcstation at home, but I know some sparc-addicted
> > > NetBSD people which have tons of them. I will ask them if they
> > > could provide me 2 or 3 of them and I will also try to use my
> > > vitamine B at Sun Microsystems, maybe they have still some 32bit
> > > stuff which they can donate.
> > I have a Sparcstation 4 and 10 here (the SS 10 needs new fans,
> > though, but I think I have them here already), probably another one
> > at work. If anybody is interested to do Debian work on them I'll give
> > them away for free, probably also pay for the shipping.
> Should somebody be interested in that SS10, I have a spare PSU (used,
> but it was working a year ago) for it, just in case you want to avoid
> the fan change. I live in Switzerland, but sending it to Germany would
> be ok for me. I can pay for the shipping, BUT you would need to pay
> import taxes (if there are any).
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