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Old 08-29-2007, 10:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default SGI Machines. What to do?

I'm posting this here because I don't know where it belongs in this forum, but surely there are some people here that may be interested in helping.

Okay, the time has come. I must do something with my O2 and Indigo2 that are just sitting in my closet collecting a lot of dust. I've had them for years, but do to some minor complications I've never done anything with them. The O2 requires a special monitor hookup. I have an SGI monitor but it has a very strange connector which doesn't hook to the O2. The O2 has a VGA out connector but when I hook it up to a regular PC monitor it is ate up. Looks like the O2 doesn't output a sync-on-green signal or something.

My question is basically, can I do anything with these? Run a server or something? Are they useless? Perhaps they'd be useful to others. Should I sell them? Do YOU want one?

I'm curious. Come talk with me about it.

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Old 08-29-2007, 07:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I hate to do this, but I'm interested in the evening crowds opinion on the same matter.
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