Topic: BSD NEXUS EXCHANGE

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4. Box full of memory mostly PC100, PC133 about 20 DIMMS some ECC registered. - RODDIEROD - PA,USA
5. HP Inkjet Black only - RODDIEROD - PA,USA
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12. PIII 1GHz CPU - RODDIEROD - PA,USA
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14. (5)Mice - SCUZZO - MD,USA

16. (2) IBM 366mhz computers - SCUZZO - MD,USA
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7. Siemens Flip Cellphone - the one that lights up w charger and battery - RODDIEROD - PA,USA

Last edited by scuzzo (2006-07-12 17:16:22)

For example, Linux had at least two completely independent USB stacks before Linus Torvalds rejected them both and wrote a third one from scratch, after he found both existent Linux  stacks unsatisfactory.  (When pressed for an explanation as to why he selected the API he did, Torvalds stated: "because I wanted to."

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Why should we set it sticky ?

<wintellect> NetBSD users are smart enough to accept that there's no 3D support tongue

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So everyone knows what everyone is exchanging all the time?  Seems like something that would be cool to have stickied.  Would also be cool if Scuzzo could update the list as people got stuff?

Does anyone have a spare laptop hard drive?  I'd even pay for it...

I wish shipping wouldn't be so much on those monitors that RoddieRod has.  I'd love that 20" flat CRT sad.  Actually, usps.gov says it would only be 20 bucks...

Time to e-mail RoddieRod!

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what size drive are you looking for asemi?

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Anything really.  I have the shell of a Creative Zen Xtra MP3 Player and I just wanna see if it still works.  I mean, I'd prefer more than 10 GB, but I'll take anything.

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for adding stuff and updating stuff, address it to me so I can edit the list tongue

For example, Linux had at least two completely independent USB stacks before Linus Torvalds rejected them both and wrote a third one from scratch, after he found both existent Linux  stacks unsatisfactory.  (When pressed for an explanation as to why he selected the API he did, Torvalds stated: "because I wanted to."

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asemisldkfj wrote:

I wish shipping wouldn't be so much on those monitors that RoddieRod has.  I'd love that 20" flat CRT sad.  Actually, usps.gov says it would only be 20 bucks...

Time to e-mail RoddieRod!

Sorry Asemi, I gave that to a buddy of mine.

Also the (3) Compaq Deskpros are gone as well as the No name PIII.

I've still got everything else.

"An educator never says what he himself thinks, but only that which he thinks it is good for those whom he is educating to hear."
-Nietzsche

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Damn!  It's cool, I wanted to see if you still had that because a friend of mine has a 19" Dell monitor he's giving away.

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I think I didnt get it. Are you selling these things scuzzo ?

<wintellect> NetBSD users are smart enough to accept that there's no 3D support tongue

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There's another thread like this, I'm not sure why Scuzzo made a new one.  Those are all things that we're giving away.  The person giving the item away is listed after the item.  I guess Scuzzo just decided to centralize it into one thread.

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aaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhh

you guys should give prices so if someone wants something he/she doesnt have to wait til you answer.

<wintellect> NetBSD users are smart enough to accept that there's no 3D support tongue

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All my stuff is FREE...except shipping were needed beyond $5 range.

I thought that was the idea here, everything was free.

"An educator never says what he himself thinks, but only that which he thinks it is good for those whom he is educating to hear."
-Nietzsche

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oh I was offtopic again smile

<wintellect> NetBSD users are smart enough to accept that there's no 3D support tongue

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everything here is free dude

For example, Linux had at least two completely independent USB stacks before Linus Torvalds rejected them both and wrote a third one from scratch, after he found both existent Linux  stacks unsatisfactory.  (When pressed for an explanation as to why he selected the API he did, Torvalds stated: "because I wanted to."

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Damn i live too far! yikes

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Me too sad

Keep Smiling

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anyone got any SCA disks 9GB or larger, need some for my sun boxes?

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Venture37 wrote:

anyone got any SCA disks 9GB or larger, need some for my sun boxes?

I've got about 20 4.5GB SCA drives from a Sun Array sitting in my basement, that is if you come across the pond smile

"An educator never says what he himself thinks, but only that which he thinks it is good for those whom he is educating to hear."
-Nietzsche