[Wolves] Free to good home

Adam Sweet adam at adamsweet.org
Sat Mar 17 00:45:42 UTC 2012

On 16/03/12 16:24, Stephen Parkes wrote:
> On 16 March 2012 16:16, Adam Sweet<adam at adamsweet.org>  wrote:
>> * Reluctantly, a Sun Ultra 10 SPARC workstation with type 5 keyboard
>> and mouse. I might change my mind about this, I really liked it :) 512
>> MB RAM, 20 GB disk I think and 440 MHz Sparc CPU. As featured in Enemy
>> of the State...
> I haven't turned mine on in years after the eldest knackered my mouse.
>   So if anyone has a Sun mouse to plug into the type 5 keyboard I'd be
> happy to take that off their hands.  :)

Well my type 5 mouse has always been a little unreliable since I had it. 
Perhaps those DIN connectors don't age well.

> Somebody grab this machine quick they are still sexy beasts.

Yes :) I am most reluctant to let it go, but it's sitting there 
collecting dust and it may as well go to a good home. I believe they 
were Sun's first hardware to use a PCI bus, standard VGA monitor 
connector and PATA disks etc albeit with a Sparc CPU, rather than being 
full of weird Sun connectors, buses and SCSI disks.

>> * 2 x Open Rights Group laptop stickers and one LugRadio one.
> I'd be happy to take the stickers off your hands.  Just starting a new
> collection on my laptop.

Since you're unlikely to be at a LUG meeting any time soon I can post 
these to you if you want to send me an address.


Adam Sweet



More information about the Wolves mailing list