FW: DECStation 3100 needs rescue in CO.

From: Bruce Lane <kyrrin_at_jps.net>
Date: Mon May 4 23:30:48 1998

        Found this on Usenet. A fellow in Colorado's looking for a home for a
DS3100. Any takers, please contact him directly.

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From: jimvela_at_aol.com (JimVela)
Newsgroups: comp.sys.dec
Subject: DS3100: Free to good home
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Date: 04 May 1998 17:03:45 GMT
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I have a DS3100 system which I picked up cheap, and was planning to play
with NetBSD or OpenBSD on it.

As it turns out, I've picked up a couple of other projects and will
probably never get 'around to it'.

I'll give the system away to anyone who can pick it up- I'm near Boulder,

The system is a DecStation 3100 with a VR299 monitor and Dec Keyboard. I
don't have a mouse, or hard drives. I believe that there is 16Mb of Ram
installed. As far as I know, it works fine. (I never got further than
realizing that the mouse was generating an error on boot, and never made a
loopback connector to go further.)

Anyone that's interested, reply via email...

Jim Velasquez

Bruce Lane, SysOp,
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