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Re: [vox] computer parts

The parts are all spoken for.  Thanks.

-- Chris

On Tue, 4 Sep 2001, Chris Lupo wrote:

> I'm moving soon, and decided to evaluate what of my inventory of computer
> parts to move with me.  The list below comprises the stuff I *really*
> don't want to move/store.  I'm giving the list to LUGOD members first, if
> it doesn't go, I'll put it on ucd.swap.  If someone is willing to come
> pick the following things up, I'm giving them away.
> I'm hoping someone will just come and get the whole box, I'll be very
> thankful...
> email me off-list if interested,
> lupo@ece.ucdavis.edu
> -- Chris
> Known to work items (though not everything was tested with Linux):
> --------------------
> Intel Pentium Pro 200 MHz cpu w/heatsink and fan
> Mboard for above chip.  Don't know make/model, but has Intel chipset.
>   Board fits ATX case but takes AT power supply.
> 32 MB (2 16s) RAM for above Mboard.
> Creative Labs PCI soundcard model #ct3600 (sb32pnp)
> 235 watt AT power supply (for above Mboard)
> Some no-name 56K PCI modem, has Lucent chips and works
> Western Digital caviar 3.5 GB IDE drive.
> Promise Ultra 66 pci card
> Conner hang-it-off-your-floppy-cable tape backup drive
> 5 Sony 5122 qic wide 200mb data tapes
> Status Unknown items: (probably work, but may not)
> ---------------------
> random pci modem (can't even find what speed)
> epson scanner card, isa slot
> Fujitsu 1 GB ide drive
> ISA SCSI card

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