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Need info on Low-end Unix boxes [message #117316] Mon, 23 September 2013 17:32
Originally posted by: whm@cmu-cs-spice.ARPA (William Maddox)
Message-ID: <298@cmu-cs-spice.ARPA>
Date: Mon, 4-Mar-85 01:19:24 EST
Article-I.D.: cmu-cs-s.298
Posted: Mon Mar  4 01:19:24 1985
Date-Received: Thu, 7-Mar-85 05:27:17 EST
Organization: Carnegie-Mellon University, CS/RI
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Xref: watmath net.unix:3842 net.micro.pc:3453

I am in the market for an entry-level Unix(tm) system for software
development, and would appreciate hearing comments from users of the
following systems:

	IBM-PC/AT (Xenix, PC/IX if available)
	Convergent Technologies Miniframe (SysV)
	Heurikon Minibox (UniPlus+, Regulus)
	NCR Tower
	Callan UniStar 100

Of particular importance are hardware reliability, quality of the Unix port,
compile and link speed, and the usability of a minimum configuration, say
512K RAM and 20MB disk.  Also, I am interested in other machines in the same
class but not listed above.

Please reply directly to me, and I will summarize to the net.

William Maddox
uucp:  ...!seismo!cmu-cs-spice!whm
arpa:  whm@CMU-CS-Spice
phone: (412) 578-2627
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