Small UNIX boxes (was RE: Netscape (was Re: PayPal = payola?))

From: Julius Sridhar <>
Date: Wed Jan 30 12:57:32 2002

On Wed, 30 Jan 2002, Ethan Dicks wrote:

> A/UX runs on SE/30s?
> My smallest UNIX boxes are either my PS/2 model E (the size of a single
> volume of an encyclopaedia w/2.5" hard disk, 1 ISA slot and a quad-
> PCMCIA adapter) or one of my keyboard PCs (a 5"x5" main board, with a
> 2.5" HD and laptop floppy, built-in NE2K NIC, stashed in a 2"-tall metal
> frame that is bolted to a standard-sized 101 key keyboard). Both are
> running RedHat.

My smallest UNIX box right now is my TI-92 calculator. Followed closely
by a Toshiba Libretto.

> The PS/2-E does *not* have the LCD monitor that came with it originally,
> but at least it was only $15 when I got it. If a monitor is "required"
> to complete the system, I would have to say that I typically used it
> with a Compaq Aero laptop - a sub-notebook about 40% the size of the
> PS/2-E - and Kermit on a serial line for a console, not a keyboard and
> tube.

Those monitors are getting kinda hard to find.

Peace... Sridhar
Received on Wed Jan 30 2002 - 12:57:32 GMT

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