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WasNotWSS

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The age of dinosaurs when printers were sold as printing devices, not marketing tools for ink.
If it's an HP made from Canon parts, it's likely to outlive us all. I have a couple newer ones to clean and send off, too, but I don't need an extra 5ppm at the expense of plastic that eats itself every few years- my cars do that enough.
 

maounique

Active Member
I've got an IBM infoprint 1512 12 years old only, though. Nothing needed changed yet, is still a champ.
I still have an IBM P70:
. Wrote my dissertation on it, that thing took multiple days to compile a kernel if you had the luck to have no power failure in that time...
 

WasNotWSS

Member
Your printer has the same amount of RAM as the 4100n. Interesting. At 30PPM and 32MB, that has to be a beast on the host for processing and spooling. I miss Plasma goodness. Windows 3, not so much.

The slowest thing I've compiled a kernel on had to be a VAXstation 3100. I think it took -a week- Actually, looks like 13 days for a NetBSD 1.2 kernel. It took something like 9 hours to generate a basic SSH1 1024 bit RSA key.
 

earl

Active Member
If it's bud- you can go hit the nearest urinal and tap it at the source..
i think the saying goes its suppose to taste like donkey piss.. but i cant find a donkey at this hour so cant say.. lol. or was that suppose to be corona?
 

earl

Active Member
pardonne moi.. all this talking was making me thirsty so im making whiskey n orange juice.. Im thinking donkey piss would taste better.. but can't say, for the lack of a donkey n lime.
 

WasNotWSS

Member
By KVM I mean Kernel Volume Manager. It's going to tell everything what to do and will have an awesome XSLT interface which enables you to tell it how many timeslices to share with the kernel and which of it's multiple possible init functions might be called. Possibly.
 
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