Re: Ftoomsh Dial-Ins?
Chris Keane - Snr ENS Sys Admin (Chris.Keane@nospam.aus.sun.com)
Wed, 27 Apr 1994 08:34:58 --1000
> From: Anand Kumria <firstname.lastname@example.org.EDU.AU>
> > On Tue, 26 Apr 1994 email@example.com wrote:
> > > From: Anand Kumria <firstname.lastname@example.org.EDU.AU>
> > >
> > > At a guess, you are probably talking about cards for UNIX on
> > > a PC! Ftoomsh is not anything even remotely resembling an ISA
> > > based PC... with luck our Sun Microsystems rep can help here. :-)
> > No I didn't mean ISA based PCs, I meant there is hardware which connects
> > only to UNIX (i wasn't specific, because I don't know the architecture)
> > and provides from 0 - 32 ports. If fact, you may remember it the tag line
> > was "From 0 to 32 in 9.6 seconds". But the product name escapes me, I
> > think i saw it on the back of an issue of APC awhile (like 1-2 years) ago.
> You were looking at a particular card for use in a particular
> environment. Unless you habitually read magazines for Sun Admins
> (are there any?) it is highly unlikely that the product you saw
> would work in Ftoomsh.
> No flame.
Hello? Hello? Testing, testing...
Did I imagine sending mail saying that I can help out with the hardware
here? I must have. I'm sure I did. Did I mention that lacey lingerie makes
me feel more feminine?
Go on, look back through that mailbox and there's a prize for the first
person who can send me copies of the previous emails that I've sent on this
list about an ALM board for ftoomsh and my penchant for wearing feminine
Let's make it interesting. Let's say the prize is, hmmmmm, let's see...
<rummages around a bit under his desk> ... a SPARCstation 1 with 32MB,
cg6 accelerated graphics, 19" colour monitor and a 424MB SCSI disk.
bwa ha. bwa ha ha. BWA HA HA HA HA!