Re: minimalistic computer sought
Of course that is true, but I would not expect a person looking for a
minimalist computer system to be investing in an IBM S/390, a Sun
SPARCStation or an SGI MIPS- or Itanium-powered machine.
I think it is safe to assume that the original poster is looking for
something x86-based. An IBM mainframe or an iPhone would probably not be
ideal choices, don't you agree?
As long as we get no reply from O/P (and something is telling me we'd
better not count on that) nobody can say.
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... Better safe than sorry. ... IBM is attempting to not break things. ... I don't believe it's safe to put an EOF into: ... For IBM-MAIN subscribe / signoff / archive access instructions, ...
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- Re: future of hp pa-risc processors?
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