Really, there is a previous email on this list about my (ahem) delight for
female intimate apparel. Dig those archives, sweetie!
Oh, in the interests of public health and safety, don't send your feeble
attempts to swindle me out of a workstation to the list - send them direct
to me. I'll summarise!
From: Ryan Shelswell <firstname.lastname@example.org.EDU.AU>
> There you go, Chris... I want the box!
> Hey dad... Gimme the car...
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Date: Tue, 26 Apr 1994 08:59:48 +1000
> From: Chris Keane - Snr ENS Sys Admin <Chris.Keane@nospam.aus.sun.com>
> To: email@example.com.EDU.AU
> Subject: Re: Ftoomsh Dial-Ins?
> > From: Anand Kumria <firstname.lastname@example.org.EDU.AU>
> > On Mon, 25 Apr 1994, Matthew Young wrote:
> > > Putting aside the whole "can't get lines from uni PABX" discussion
> > > for one moment, the problem with individual users having their own modem
> > > (and line) attached is the lack of ports on the back of ftoomsh. An earlier
> > > caller mentioned that with the rack of 2400's attached, everything is pretty
> > > much full (ie. there are very few slots to begin with - which is usual for a
> > > machine of that type).
> > There are plenty of UNIX type serial port expansion units which
> > can increase the number of ports upto 32 per card, with 4 cards per
> > system. Although I'm not sure what the maximum speed per port is (I
> > believe it is 9600 but it could be 2400). I not quite sure of the
> > supplier's name, maybe somebody else can help out here.
> Actually, to tell the truth, I haven't been following this thread
> until just then, so I feel a bit guilty. I've got an ALM VME board
> that should fit into ftoomsh okay. It's got twelve or maybe
> sixteen (don't remember which) async serial ports. Oh, yes, I
> also have a burning desire to wear women's undergarments.
> Let me put it another way. You organise the phones and the modems and
> I'll organise the hardware for ftoomsh... sugar.