Anyone got a small VAX going spare?
lproven at gmail.com
Thu Aug 23 10:47:45 CDT 2007
On 23/08/07, Zane H. Healy <healyzh at aracnet.com> wrote:
> At 2:50 PM +0100 8/23/07, Liam Proven wrote:
> > > If you're not too fussed about England specifically, I have a MicroVAX
> >> 3300 and a couple of VAXStation 3100s going spare. I also know where
> >> you could lay hands on a MicroVAX II.
> >How do you mean?
> >I have to collect it somehow and I don't have a car - I'm a biker. I
> >do have a trike, so wide loads and balance aren't a problem, but we'd
> >have to wrap it weatherproof and strap it on my back seat or luggage
> Unless you can pull some sort of trailer, or have a sidecar (not sure
> what you mean by trike), I'd really recommend staying away from
> systems like the MicroVAX 3300, and MicroVAX II. I'd prefer not to
> hear about you being crushed by a VAX. Hint, they make nice
I moved my old MicroVAX home from Horsham in my sidecar. It sat on my
then-G/F's lap. Poor girl could hardly walk for the rest of the day.
Small, like a pizza-box workstation, but *heavy*.
> VAXstation 3100's could prove interesting, but should be totally
> doable, plus they'll be easier to get up and running.
I can hope...
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