[sf-lug] Fwd: On another subject: HP C3600S
jim at well.com
Sun Feb 12 14:46:11 PST 2006
anybody got advice for Alex?
Mine is: grab 'em both and go from there; they're
old enough that there's a good chance all the
subsystems are known to the linux software folks.
if not, then you (or your surrogate, possibly
someone from sf-lug) learned a lot by head-wall
beating and at last resort the machines can be
donated to a school or techno-reclamation bunch
(of which there are two or three at least in the sf
An alternative approach is to look through the
linux compatibility lists first (not my way, grab 'em
and then look things up, but I tend to shoot from
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Alex Kleider <a_kleider at yahoo.com>
> Date: February 9, 2006 6:50:40 PM PST
> To: jim stockford <jim at well.com>
> Subject: On another subject: HP C3600S
> Reply-To: alex at kleider.net
> The following computer is up for grabs:
> HP C3600S
> with a NEC 21" Flat-screen, HP internal CD-ROM, HP External 4mm DAT, HP
> internal 3.5" floppy, HP USB Keyboard, HP 3-button mouse, USRobotics
> 33.6 Modem, HP-OD-MAX-52GB Opticaland a 7200 RPM LVD Disk Drive.
> It takes up space and I would like to take it only if I could get Linux
> running on it.
> Do you have an opinion about this? i.e. is there a version of Linux
> that would run on this machine. There are actually two available. I
> might be able to swing one for me and the other for anyone willing to
> help me get it running under Linux.
> Any suggestions or comments?
> alex at kleider.net
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