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  1. In a RAM limited system like that, you really...

    In a RAM limited system like that, you really need RAM Doubler. I use that to run Classilla on my 1400.
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    Welcome. I think you'll find a lot of...

    Welcome. I think you'll find a lot of commonalities with people here.
  3. Well, yes, it took the same form factor, but near...

    Well, yes, it took the same form factor, but near as I could determine even if you used 60ns Power Mac DIMMs, if they weren't parity the ANS would still run them at 70ns. But you may know differently...
  4. Currently not very. There are lots of graphical...

    Currently not very. There are lots of graphical problems. It appears to have worked fine with jOpenRay on earlier JDKs on their tested SR2 system, but none of the three SunRay laptops I have work...
  5. It is. That's what made the ANS an exceptional...

    It is. That's what made the ANS an exceptional case. I don't know why Apple did it that way.
  6. There was a lot of stuff that took parity memory,...

    There was a lot of stuff that took parity memory, too. The Macintosh IIci came in a parity-capable version, for example, and the Apple Network Server actually performed better with parity memory (the...
  7. What he said.

    What he said.
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    That's a cute little system!

    That's a cute little system!
  9. Latest SunRay to arrive is a Gobi7 that thinks...

    Latest SunRay to arrive is a Gobi7 that thinks it's a Gobi8 (also MIPS based). With some hacking to jOpenRay (renaming it to "kOpenRay") to deal with the Gobis lying about their source IP and to...
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    Welcome.

    Welcome.
  11. I'm terribly biased, but...

    I'm terribly biased, but http://www.floodgap.com/retrotech/xa/
  12. Today's arrival: a Sun Ray 2-compatible Tadpole...

    Today's arrival: a Sun Ray 2-compatible Tadpole M1400, but unlike the Accutech Gobi8, this is x86-based (Celeron M 540). It has a nicer screen and even has a built-in web browser -- incredibly, it's...
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    I see that more with '030s than '040s. The Mystic...

    I see that more with '030s than '040s. The Mystic Color Classic and Q800 here are still on their original caps, but all my '030 systems (IIci, IIsi, SE/30) needed to be recapped.
  14. I would be very surprised if it were caps. These...

    I would be very surprised if it were caps. These things aren't that old, and I'm kind of tired of that always being the standard answer.
  15. As the author of that document, you're probably...

    As the author of that document, you're probably hosed :( At that point, it's most likely something wrong with the power supply.
  16. This was a real problem on the RISC laptops, too....

    This was a real problem on the RISC laptops, too. Even 1024x768 was cramped, and 800x600 was nearly impossible (such as on the early PPC ThinkPads).
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    Welcome. Nice system. Hope you will post more...

    Welcome. Nice system. Hope you will post more regardless!
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    Correct, not in the 64. The 128 has an unrelated...

    Correct, not in the 64. The 128 has an unrelated Easter egg, though: sys32800,123,45,6
  19. This kind of only sort of qualifies, but Stan...

    This kind of only sort of qualifies, but Stan Sieler pointed me to an eBay auction for an Accutech Gobi that was in Schrodinger's state and had no PSU. It was fairly thrashed but it was interesting,...
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    Welcome. Everyone starts somewhere!

    Welcome. Everyone starts somewhere!
  21. WTB/D: Mac Portable (recapped, or someone who can recap them)

    I'm looking either for a recapped Mac Portable, or someone who can. I'm certainly willing to pay for good work -- PM if interested or if you have one you could be "convinced" into parting with.
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    I'm sorry, I meant that to mean everything else...

    I'm sorry, I meant that to mean everything else of what I posted since it's split across two pages. The article made that clear. I apologize for the confusion.
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    Oh, how odd. I just noticed the markings on the...

    Oh, how odd. I just noticed the markings on the board; I was going by the sign and only cursorily glanced at the PCB. Updated.
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    Some pics from VCFW 2019

    I've put up some of my pics in two parts since the blogs I maintain have somewhat different audiences. This isn't everything I shot but it's the ones I found most meaningful to me.
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  25. Yeah, it's not a typical Power Mac PSU. I don't...

    Yeah, it's not a typical Power Mac PSU. I don't think it was Apple-developed but I don't know much about it (and I mostly have experience with the 500, which doesn't have failover redundancy).
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