just you for the case + motherboard ... a bunch for the ipx.
From: Michael Frysinger [mailto:vapier@WPI.EDU]
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2002 12:42 PM
Subject: Re: [Wlug] Free Stuff
any takers on the PC case/p233/sun sparc ipx ?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marc Hughes" <HughesM(a)TOMSNYDER.com>
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2002 11:22 AM
Subject: [Wlug] Free Stuff
> I want to reduce the amount of stuff in my apartment, so I have free
> stuff to give away:
> 1) Sun Sparc IPX
> 2) Sun monitor (16" I think ... But it's huge)
> 3) Full tower PC case ... No power supply
> 4) Compaq 286 Laptop ... It works!
> 5) Super Nintendo (controllers, games, etc)
> 6) Pentium 233 + motherboard
> I'll bring all of it to the meeting, if you want something email me.
> lots of people want any of those items, I'll ask Andy to raffle them
> Wlug mailing list
Wlug mailing list
Since I saw Marc's mail, I thought I'd let people know what I've got to
3 550mhz Pentium3 Xeon Processors. 2 of them have Heat sinks attached, one
Drop me a line if your interested, I'll take a reasonable price.
Hey Guys, I just sent this out to stratus yesterday.
Drop me a line if you plan on being an Installer.
--- Begin Message ---
It's that time of the year again!
On February 9th, the Worcester Linux Users Group (www.wlug.org) will be
hosting their 4th Annual Linux Install-fest here at Stratus.
If you've been thinking of installing Linux on your home pc, or have had
trouble installing Linux in the past, this event is for you! Last year we
had a great turnout and are hoping to make this year even better. This event
is open to all Stratus employees as well as the general public, so feel free
to pass this information along!
This event is FREE to all Stratus employees. We ask for a $10 donation from
non-employees to recoup the costs associated with the event (purchasing
If you'd like to sign up for the Install Fest, volunteer to help out, or
want more information, send email to: tim.keller(a)stratus.com
--- End Message ---
I have volunteers who will bring in computers showing off SuSE Linux 7.x
and Mandrake 8.1. Is there anybody else out there who would like to bring
in a machine running something different? I'm thinking of a Slackware,
Debian, Turbo Linux, etc. If you are interested, let me know. (The only
reason I didn't mention Redhat is that most people run it, and most of us
probably know what it looks like already).
Worcester Linux Users' Group
Worcester, MA, USA
Newbie question .....
I'm running Red Hat 7.1 at work on my laptop and the IP address is assigned
via DHCP. If I want to change my hostname from "localhost.localdomain" to
whatever I please, how do I do it?
Be gentle ...
As the Subject implies, it's Installfest time. I'm thinking of holding it
the 9th of February, I'd like some input on if this is too early, etc...
I'd also like other peoples input on stuff such as...
1. What distributions people should bring...
2. Possibly having a mini key signing party
3. Quake/Unreal/Castle Wolfenstein/tetrinet tournament.
4. Have some demonstrations going (such as transgaming running the
Basically if you've got some idea that might improve the installfest, fire
me an email!
I'd also like some input from Andy about the possibility of using WLUG money
to purchase something good for the raffle.
I'm seeing if I can get us a big / better room for all this.