HP Integral PC

From: Joe <rigdonj_at_intellistar.net>
Date: Mon Jan 5 22:51:46 1998

At 08:12 PM 1/5/98 -0600, you wrote:
>At 10:42 AM 1/3/98 -0800, you wrote:
>>I have an Integral, but it's ROM just has the HP-UX kernel and PAM --
>>just enough to boot and run things. So I have /usr/bin (Unix
>>utilities, C compiler, &c) on a 9134 for when I actually want to do
>>something with it.
>Are you saying that there is no internal hard drive int the IPC?

   You got it!

> Wierd.

   You have to remember, this was built when most PCs were still using
audio cassette players for storage.
>Okay, so since I'd love to have one, let me ask this in advance: Has anyone
>come up with an HP-IB (IEEE-488?) to SCSI or IDE adapter? It would be great
>to tack a little 3.5" (or even 2.5") hard drive on the side. Thanks!

   yes, it ould be great. I'm sure HP builds one. They build every
imagineable interface. Probably not too small though. They use the same
philosphy about size that Dr. Frankenstein did when he built his monster!

   I added the Integral to my website. See it at

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Received on Mon Jan 05 1998 - 22:51:46 GMT

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