Available: VAX-11/750, DEC7000, DEC5500 and more!
rodsmallwood52 at btinternet.com
Thu Apr 9 00:42:20 CDT 2015
Apart from the larger racks it looks a lot like my computer room.
The 4000 series VAXes are fairly recent. At least in geological time.
Apart from the larger racks a Luton van and three young hefty blokes
could retrieve the rest
On 08/04/2015 21:34, Pontus wrote:
> A computer club in northern Sweden (Luleå) is clearing out some
> storage rooms. I'm not the owner and not directly responsible for this
> (although I'm involved). Shipping will _not_ be possible, but things
> that people have interest in can be stored for "a while".
> Here is a list of things heading for the scrapper:
> Unibus- and BI-bus boards (I'm will try to save these)
> 2x DEC7000
> DEC5500 (labled ellen.lnt.dec.com)
> Vax 4000/300
> A few RA90
> Sun-mice and Sun-SCSI-cables (lots)
> Annex3 Terminal Server
> VAXserver 3100
> VAXstation 3100
> Vax 4000/90
> 2x VAXstation 3100/76
> Vax 4000/60
> Infoserver 100
> Sun CD-drive
> Mikrovax 3800
> 2x RF215 (disk towers)
> Mikrovax? 640QR?
> Vax 4000/500
> 11/750 no PSU
> SDI cables
> 2 st Hawk-drives (ND511).
> Boards for Nord-100.
> Teleray terminal
> 2 Nord-10 CPU-boxes?
> There is also a VAX 8354 with RA72 that I'm going try and save myself,
> but I can't fit the cabinet in my garage. So if anyone seriously wants
> this, I'll let it go.
> There is also two RP07 that might get a new home locally, but it's not
> decided yet.
> The list might grow or shrink depending on what people claim or not.
> Here are some images:
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