View Full Version : Dave Haynie's back with more collectibles.
03-12-2002, 12:18 PM
Dave Haynie's selling some Amiga-related collector's items through eBay again. It seems his former high bidder didn't bother to pay for things he bought. You can find a list of those items here (http://cgi6.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewListedItems&userid=hazydave&include=0&since=-1&sort=2&rows=25). Happy Bidding.
03-12-2002, 01:11 PM
I would love to see them sell sketches and drawings from that period. :-D Pieces of papers were history has been written down on. Or that pink bunny costume someone had on. I think they dressed up like that.
03-12-2002, 03:35 PM
Correction on that bunny costume. It was pink pants with bunny slippers.
03-12-2002, 05:09 PM
Its funny that guy didnt pay up. It was like the CEO (or someone else high up) from merlancia that bought the boards for his personal Museme :}...
Do you think Dave would know where to get an A3000UX? And how much you would pay for such a beast *cough* yes beast...
Does any one know if you can use Amiga Unix on any A3000? Or does the A3000UX have special hardware? I know it has a network card, well i think it does anyway.. That is one mahcine iw oudl love to have, prolly more so than an A1200, just because it runs Unix :)...
03-12-2002, 05:10 PM
Thats me above :)
03-13-2002, 08:19 AM
Does any one know if you can use Amiga Unix on any A3000? Or does the A3000UX have special hardware?
Well it has the spiffy letters UX next to the A3000 on the case, if you consider that custom hardware ;-) But seriously IIRC the unix for Amiga was very sh'tty, you'd be better off using a modern Linux68k.
03-13-2002, 10:09 AM
Somone buy this stuff, this is the funding for the new amiga's folks.
03-28-2002, 02:30 PM
Uh guys....the A3000UX was nothing more than a regular A3000 desktop with a network card and a graphic card (name escapes me at the moment). As to the Unix version, it was actually quite a good implementation. I used it quite a bit while in high school and college. I never had the UX but bought the tape and a drive to install it. Never had any trouble with it. If anything, the system ran just a tad slow but you had two very powerful operating systems on one computer, WB2.0 and Unix System 5, release 4. As a matter of fact, at one time, Sun Microsystems was in negotiation with Commodore to license the A3000UX as a low end unix workstation.
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