[Chugalug] Orange Grove Center would like your spare computers!
chevyiinova at bellsouth.net
Mon Oct 29 14:01:34 UTC 2012
its been about 3 years since I last touched it but I think its a hp9000 G60 or
H60 "Nova". I got it from Aaron several years ago. Its friggin huge but only
about 100mhz, lol. There's a software utility that can flash the nvram and
turn an hp9000 into an hp3000 such that it can boot and run mpe/ix, which is
what I really wanted to do all along, but that that little software utility is
well guarded and hp's attitude toward hobbyist and their asinine right-to-use
licenses makes me sick... or maybe I'm sick because I rode the lake winnie
boat shoot and got all wet when it was like, 40-something degrees outside
----- Original Message ----
From: Alex Smith (K4RNT) <shadowhunter at gmail.com>
To: Chattanooga Unix Gnu Android Linux Users Group <chugalug at chugalug.org>
Sent: Mon, October 29, 2012 8:41:56 AM
Subject: Re: [Chugalug] Orange Grove Center would like your spare computers!
What model HP9000 do you have? My university was using an HP 9000
V2200 for their mainframe until just recently... they may still be
using one! I know our main host at the university was running HP-UX
11.00 while I was going there.
On Fri, Oct 26, 2012 at 10:57 PM, Ed King <chevyiinova at bellsouth.net> wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 26, 2012 10:20 PM EDT Michael Scholten wrote:
>>So I mentioned during the first 4th Floor meeting...
> Is the recording of that meeting available?
>>The only thing they charge for are CRTs as they cost us money to recycle. I
>>believe the rate is $10 per CRT.
> No matter what size?
>>Not to sound like a beggar, but if you or your company has computers, or
>>other electronics, that you are needing recycled then I ask that you
>>consider Orange Grove.
> Do they accept "parts"? Say I have a stack of power supplies, drives, mobos,
>etc all of unknown functionality... would they take it?
> Also.. if I were to drop off, say, a 200 pound hp9000, would that be frowned
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