Martin Schulze wrote:
> Martin Krafft <firstname.lastname@example.org> could provide an x86 box, if
> nobody else can.
> Oliver Bolzer <email@example.com> could provide a PlayStation II,
> which would still need a monitor or TV. However, there is no
> Debian running on it yet.
> Michael Banck <firstname.lastname@example.org> can provide a Mac SE/30, to be
> used as extraordinary device - though, maybe not yet running
> Debian (updates?).
> Simon Richter <email@example.com> can provide an Amiga 1200 running
> Jens Schmalzing <firstname.lastname@example.org> can
> provide an x86 box to be used during the exhibition. It is a
> dual Pentium III system with 512 MB RAM, 18 GB hard disk, 100
> MBit ethernet and soundcard, so it should be sufficient for
> our purpose.
> Richard Atterer <email@example.com> can provide an
> ARM RiscPC <http://atterer.net/acorn/riscpc.jpeg>, also an
> interesting box to watch and demonstrate.
I could provide a RS/6000 43P Desktop system (133MHz, 96MB, (S)VGA,
Sound, PS/2 Kbd/Mouse, BNC), currently only running AIX. Didn`t get up
to install Linux, and probeabely won't before systems, though it'l work.
You might play with it and install as you like...
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