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    As said above, I am a data center manager. The day before yesterday we removed three different type of Itanium equipped HP servers with another eight to go. Of course I started some of them up to see what VMS would look like. The login screen looked like the one of HP-Unix. The guy who knows how to login is on holiday so that has to wait a bit before I can use one.
    With kind regards / met vriendelijke groet, Ruud Baltissen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruud View Post
    As said above, I am a data center manager. The day before yesterday we removed three different type of Itanium equipped HP servers with another eight to go. Of course I started some of them up to see what VMS would look like. The login screen looked like the one of HP-Unix. The guy who knows how to login is on holiday so that has to wait a bit before I can use one.
    Will they let you drag one home now that's obsolete?
    Surely not everyone was Kung-fu fighting

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    Quote Originally Posted by SomeGuy View Post
    If the board has a real onboard floppy controller, and no blue LEDs, it's ok in my book.
    I have a quad-core AM2 that technically meets that qualification.

    Personally, I consider the P4+XP to be the modern era, though as always, the goalposts move.

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