TCD Netsoc have a bunch of old hardware we've pulled from skips over
the years, and we don't have space for it all any more :(
So rather than throwing it back into a skip, I'm offering it to
whoever wants it. There's no charge, you just have to be able to
collect it on a weekday. We _might_ be able to organise collecting it
on a weekend if there's no alternative. Some of it's in TCD, some in
Kimmage. If you want it send me a mail - first come, first served.
We'll be dumping anything that's not wanted in 2 weeks or so.
Here's the list:
6 Sun Keyboards.
3 DEC Keyboards.
3 HP Keyboards.
2 small DEC Storage Expansion boxes.
1 DEC Tape Drive.
1 unlabeled SCSI device.
1 HP 98774A 17" Monitor.
1 Sun Tape Drive, model 511.
3 large DEC Storage Expansion Boxes.
9 DECStation 2100s.
1 DECStation 3100.
2 DECStation 5000/120s.
2 HP 700/RXs.
1 HP Series 700.
The list is also available at
and items will be marked taken.
I hope someone's interested - I don't want to throw this stuff away.
John Tobin, TCD Netsoc Sysadmin
"That would preempt a bunch of problems involved in trying to reconstruct
exactly how the Perl 5 parser thinks, which nobody entirely understands."
Larry Wall, 2001/04/20, perl6-language at perl.org
"Finger to spiritual emptiness underlying everything." -- How a Japanese C
manual referred to a "pointer to void".
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