Murray Stokely wrote:
> Does anyone know of a good source for old, used SGi systems?
> http://www.xsnet.com seems to be the best source I can find on the net
> for old Indigo II's and such but I can't find much older, cheaper, or
> more capable of running Linux. I'd really prefer to have something
> better than 8bit graphics and I guess that limits my choices for
> low-end systems as well. I didn't have much luck dealing with SGi
> people directly because they just kept trying to get me to buy a newer
> One system that caught my eye was this one :
> R4400 200MHz/1MB SC, XL, 64MB, 2GB, 17" $ 1,600 Ea.
> But last I checked I wouldn't be able to run Linux for quite a while.
> - Murray
try also http://www.reputable.com, I remembered seeing this one on the old SGI
documentation page at
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