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Donald Lee | 2 Jan 05:15 2009

OT: 2x Mac IIci available

I just pulled from production my last 68K machine, after running a very solid
8 years of NetBSD, most recently 1.3.3.  On the 68K Macs, this is a very solid,
useful machine.

This machine and its "spare" are now available if anyone wants them.
I have a few NuBus cards - video, ethernet, etc.  They have the 
"cache card" and a bunch of memory (I don't remember exactly how
much, but plenty to run NetBSD 1.3.x)  I also have an Apple "Trinitron"
monitor.  (the one that shipped with these boxes).

These are old machines, but they work fine.  I also have several
SCSI drives that I can include with the machines.

If interested, contact me off-list.  If I can get them to you with
a minimum of fuss, they're yours.

-dgl-

Hauke Fath | 2 Jan 18:56 2009
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Re: OT: 2x Mac IIci available

At 22:15 Uhr -0600 1.1.2009, Donald Lee wrote:
>I just pulled from production my last 68K machine, after running a very solid
>8 years of NetBSD, most recently 1.3.3.  On the 68K Macs, this is a very
>solid,
>useful machine.
>
>This machine and its "spare" are now available if anyone wants them.

Thanks for the offer.

As usual, though, it would help those interested to know on which planet
the Macs can be picked up.  ;)

Happy new year,

	hauke

--
"It's never straight up and down"     (DEVO)

Donald Lee | 2 Jan 23:37 2009

Re: OT: 2x Mac IIci available

At 6:56 PM +0100 1/2/09, Hauke Fath wrote:
>At 22:15 Uhr -0600 1.1.2009, Donald Lee wrote:
>>I just pulled from production my last 68K machine, after running a very solid
>>8 years of NetBSD, most recently 1.3.3.  On the 68K Macs, this is a very
>>solid,
>>useful machine.
>>
>>This machine and its "spare" are now available if anyone wants them.
>
>Thanks for the offer.
>
>As usual, though, it would help those interested to know on which planet
>the Macs can be picked up.  ;)
>
>Happy new year,
>
>	hauke

Earth. ;->

I live in Eagan, Minnesota - USA.

http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=eagan,+mn&sspn=36.505383,52.558594&ie=UTF8&z=12

Shipping to Europe would not be worth the cost IMHO.

Shipping within the US is not cheap, but not prohibitive,
either.  I estimate about $20-$30 per box (UPS ground).
The monitor is probably not worth shipping anywhere.  (heavy,
fragile, and not that useful)
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Donald Lee | 2 Jan 23:39 2009

Re: OT: 2x Mac IIci available

At 6:56 PM +0100 1/2/09, Hauke Fath wrote:
>At 22:15 Uhr -0600 1.1.2009, Donald Lee wrote:
>>I just pulled from production my last 68K machine, after running a very solid
>>8 years of NetBSD, most recently 1.3.3.  On the 68K Macs, this is a very
>>solid,
>>useful machine.
>>
>>This machine and its "spare" are now available if anyone wants them.
>
>Thanks for the offer.
>
>As usual, though, it would help those interested to know on which planet
>the Macs can be picked up.  ;)
>
>Happy new year,
>
>	hauke

BTW - I weighed the Mac IIci, and without a disk in it, it weighs about
14 pounds.

-dgl-

spamfiltering

Hi,

I was wondering there is anyone running spam filtering on a 68k system? I 
tried to installed "dspam", but it would not compile. I just downloaded 
the lastest pkgsrc so I will give it another try. From what I have seen of 
spamfitlering it is very cpu intensive. Just wondering if there is a 
spamfilter that a 68k system is fast enough to run?

Best Regards,
Al

Ignatios Souvatzis | 5 Jan 17:44 2009
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Re: spamfiltering

Hi,

On Sun, Jan 04, 2009 at 04:52:52PM -0600, Al - Image Hosting Services wrote:
>
> I was wondering there is anyone running spam filtering on a 68k system? I 
> tried to installed "dspam", but it would not compile. I just downloaded  
> the lastest pkgsrc so I will give it another try. From what I have seen 
> of spamfitlering it is very cpu intensive. Just wondering if there is a  
> spamfilter that a 68k system is fast enough to run?

- what 68k system? 20 MHz 68020 is a lot slower than 50 MHz 68060.

A very vague hint - I don't know spamd:

- spamassassin was too slow on a 128 MByte 300 MHz Ultrasparc machine,
  but worked fine with 384 MBytes of RAM.

	-is

Re: spamfiltering

Hi Ignatios,

I am running it on an Amiga with an 060, so 128 megs of ram. I did 
download the latest package source and I still get this error:

cc -O2 -m68060 -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes -Wmissing-declarations 
-Wl,-R/usr/local/lib -o dspam dspam.o read_config.o config_api.o daemon.o 
client.o agent_shared.o -pth
read  ./.libs/libdspam.a -L/usr/pkgsrc/mail/dspam/work/.buildlink/lib -lm
daemon.o: In function `daemon_listen':
daemon.c:(.text+0x1798): undefined reference to `pthread_attr_init'
daemon.c:(.text+0x17a6): undefined reference to 
`pthread_attr_setdetachstate'
daemon.c:(.text+0x1a1e): undefined reference to `pthread_create'
daemon.c:(.text+0x1b50): undefined reference to `pthread_attr_init'
daemon.c:(.text+0x1b5e): undefined reference to 
`pthread_attr_setdetachstate'
*** Error code 1

Stop.
make: stopped in /usr/pkgsrc/mail/dspam/work/dspam-3.8.0/src
*** Error code 1

Stop.
make: stopped in /usr/pkgsrc/mail/dspam/work/dspam-3.8.0/src
*** Error code 1

Stop.
make: stopped in /usr/pkgsrc/mail/dspam/work/dspam-3.8.0/src
*** Error code 1
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Ignatios Souvatzis | 5 Jan 22:57 2009
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Re: spamfiltering

Hi,

On Mon, Jan 05, 2009 at 03:47:42PM -0600, Al - Image Hosting Services wrote:
>
> I am running it on an Amiga with an 060, so 128 megs of ram. I did  
> download the latest package source and I still get this error:
>
> cc -O2 -m68060 -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes -Wmissing-declarations  
> -Wl,-R/usr/local/lib -o dspam dspam.o read_config.o config_api.o daemon.o 
> client.o agent_shared.o -pth
> read  ./.libs/libdspam.a -L/usr/pkgsrc/mail/dspam/work/.buildlink/lib -lm
> daemon.o: In function `daemon_listen':
> daemon.c:(.text+0x1798): undefined reference to `pthread_attr_init'

...

/usr/local/lib? You said earlier that you bild out of pkgsrc, did you
change the pkgbase?

Regards,
	-is

Jerry Heyman | 5 Jan 23:01 2009
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Re: spamfiltering

Al - Image Hosting Services wrote:

> Hi Ignatios,
> 
> I am running it on an Amiga with an 060, so 128 megs of ram. I did
> download the latest package source and I still get this error:
> 
> cc -O2 -m68060 -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes -Wmissing-declarations
> -Wl,-R/usr/local/lib -o dspam dspam.o read_config.o config_api.o daemon.o
> client.o agent_shared.o -pthread

This is your problem.  it should be -lpthread

> ./.libs/libdspam.a -L/usr/pkgsrc/mail/dspam/work/.buildlink/lib -lm 
> daemon.o: In function `daemon_listen':
> daemon.c:(.text+0x1798): undefined reference to `pthread_attr_init'
> daemon.c:(.text+0x17a6): undefined reference to
> `pthread_attr_setdetachstate'
> daemon.c:(.text+0x1a1e): undefined reference to `pthread_create'
> daemon.c:(.text+0x1b50): undefined reference to `pthread_attr_init'
> daemon.c:(.text+0x1b5e): undefined reference to
> `pthread_attr_setdetachstate'
> *** Error code 1

These symbols should all be defined in libpthread, which will be
correctly linked in if you alter your link line to -lpthread

jerry
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