Also one of these, a Commodore CBM 3032. I haven't dared to try power that on yet.
A curious cat as bonus.
@nulani Don't think I've seen a CBM before, but looks a lot like the PET 4016
@dissy It's in the same range as the original PET, I believe. Sat on a shelf partly covered with a plastic bag for the past thirty or more years. Not too far aways from where the Unitron has been for the past twenty-five. The AST I last saw in the first half of the 2000's and it's just as I left it: still booted into Debian 3.0 and loaded up Postfix, Dovecot, Apache and Squirrelmail. Had luckily been left next to the Unitron, wasn't sure I'd also find the AST.
@dissy Somehow doing all that with just 16MB of RAM.
@nulani Probably wasn't worth taking out a mortgage to upgrade it to 48 meg.
It is a bit impressive still. Debian woody was pretty nice for non-x86 systems and low memory. My first ever apache server was on a powerpc 601 with only 4mb. thou that's all it ran
Did you check its uptime before relocating it?
@dissy It was switched off and without power.
It had 4MB originally, the 12 additional MB were compatible sticks I somehow had lying around back in the early 2000's.
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