pete at dunnington.plus.com
Wed Nov 9 13:37:30 CST 2005
On Nov 9 2005, 17:38, Jules Richardson wrote:
> Wow, that's pretty awesome. They did some very cool stuff - I was in
> game too late to see the earlier stuff and only worked with the
> 200 / 2000 hardware. At the museum we've gained a 4D/25, pair of
> Indigos, various Indys and an Indigo2 - but I'd love to get hold of
> of the larger / older systems. It's not much to show for a company
> name lots of people have heard of.
Hmm... my Origin2000 *might* be looking for a home, and so might one
other at York. That would make a 32-CPU 2-rack machine (both have the
necessary router boards and I have the Craylink cables) plus some
Do you want an O2 or two? There might be some moderately large
Challenge machines available too.
> Lyle Bickley wrote:
> > The largest repository of SGI documentation outside of SGI itself
> > http://futuretech.blinkenlights.nl/sgi.html
> Initial glance and that looks like a useful resource!
It's well known, and I can confirm that Ian is very helpful.
Pete Peter Turnbull
University of York
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