> BTW, there are some folks around here getting rid of Indigo's with a
> fair amount of disk/memory on them (2G disk, 64M memory) with
> monitors. They are currently up for bid. How different are these
> beasts than the Indy? Would Linux run on them? What would be a fair
> price to bid on them?
There are several models of Indigo. If it is an R4000, its fairly close
to an Indy without the multimedia things. The problem you will find is
that there were also several levels of graphics.
Bid price 64MB ram, 2GB disk, 19-20" monitor, R4k - $500.00
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