[ale] I bought Libranet 2.8.1 yesterday. One word, awesome!!
audilover at atlantabroadband.com
Wed Feb 4 18:17:11 EST 2004
I've got Debian running on 5 different Indy's here at my place:
R5000SC-150, 256 MB RAM, XL24 Graphics
R4600SC-133, 192 MB RAM, XL8 Graphics
R4600PC-100, 64 MB RAM, XL8 Graphics
R4400SC-150, 96 MB RAM, XL8 Graphics
R4400SC-200, 160 MB RAM, XL24 Graphics
I can do the install for you, but keep in mind XZ Graphics are not
supported under Linux. For best support you'll want to use Debian
testing as there have been numerous fixes to X11 and support has been
added for video capture.
Also have a spare R4600SC-133 processor and an XZ Graphics set if anyone
is interested. Interesting trades accepted (I don't have any HP PARISC
On Wed, 2004-02-04 at 09:41, Dow Hurst wrote:
> Would anyone be interested in attempting to install Debian
> on an SGI Indy here at KSU? If that makes it run a little
> faster or become useful again, I would like to do this.
> Does Linux run on the SGI O2 or higher machines? Are the
> applications ported as well? What kind of Linux
> availability is there for SGI hardware?
> Ray Knight wrote:
> > On Mon, 2004-02-02 at 07:34, Van L. Loggins wrote:
> >>take a look
> >>I bought as a Student (I'm fixing to graduate, in March, from North Georgia Technical College in Clarkesville, GA).
> >>I loaded it onto my file server at home. It works great. the 2.8.1 version is based mostly on Debian Sarge with some packages from Sid and from
> >>the Snapshot repository.
> >>I think the admintool program is pretty darned neat.
> >>The installer program is 100% better than the one that debian uses also.
> > Everyone disses the debian install program. But remember essentially
> > the same install program runs on every architecture debian supports
> > including at least x86 PCs, m68k Macs, Amigas, Ataris, PPC Macs, Sparcs,
> > and SGI Indys to name just a few. Try to name one other distribution
> > that supports more than 2 architectures.
Ray Knight <audilover at atlantabroadband.com>
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