RRD42 and TKZ50

From: Bill Bradford <mrbill_at_mrbill.net>
Date: Wed Dec 29 11:34:12 1999

On Wed, Dec 29, 1999 at 09:23:38AM -0800, Zane H. Healy wrote:
> Just use one of your Sun CD-ROM's. I've used 3rd party SCSI CD's on my
> VS3100/30. An internal drive is probably the best way to get VMS installed
> as that way you can connect to one of the internal connectors. Getting an
> external SCSI cable might be a problem, if you haven't noticed, it's not a
> normal cable.
> Zane

Reason I wanted a RRD40/42 was so that the box would be "all DEC" - and this
is one of the BA42 cases with two internal spaces (and normal cabling) for
two 5.25" scsi devices, so I can put a TKZ30 and a cdrom drive in.


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