[Discussion] Wooden crates for pickup

Logan Moore logan at xentac.com
Fri Nov 12 02:39:55 NZDT 2010

I had linux on it for a while as well, but I had trouble with one of the
CPU's failing under it for some reason, and upon reboot it simply stopped
using the CPU to avoid problems. Never had that problem under Windows though
and I suspect it's because Windows 2K had the driver support for the
machine. That was about 4 years ago though and the kernel has matured alot
since then.

If Brian can figure it out, it's yours!

I also have a dismantled shuttle that I need to test. I suspect the PSU
blew, so I took all the parts out and was going to test with a standard ATX
PSU. If it works, I'll fabricate something to put it in. Could make a good
jukebox, haha!

- Logan

On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 7:03 PM, Zarek Jenkinson (Eltu lefngap 'eveng) <
eltulefngapeveng at skxawng.lu> wrote:

> Would be great as an SVN/CVS and web server for the group.
> Then Nevyn won't have to pay for a server!
> I can put Linux on it and configure it for the group.
> I don't have Win2000 Server... Why bother paying for a server OS when you
> can get better for free with Linux?
> -- Zarek
> http://eltulefngapeveng.co.cc/
> On Thu, 11 Nov 2010 17:30:10 +1300, Logan Moore <logan at xentac.com> wrote:
> > If we're palming off stuff :P.
> > I have an old compaq proliant 1600 server (perfect working order) that
> > I'd be happy to give to the cause. It's currently being used as a bed
> > side table :P. Now that I have an dual opteron workstation and a dual
> > xeon server, I haven't looked back at low end hardware since.
> >
> > Dual 450MHz Intel CPUs.1GB of memory IIRC5 x 9.6GB scsi hard drives with
> > dedicated raid controllerFront panel LCD administration thingy majigy
> > (shows system errors and administrator details and such) Perfect for
> > Windows Server 2000 but I don't have my own license, I was using an MSDN
> > license from work.
> > Probably a bit outdated to be a main server or anything, but would be
> > excellent for software development/testing. Maybe a code repository. If
> > the group doesn't want it, but someone else does, drop me an email.
> >  - Logan
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