Re: Multia UDB Questions(not linux sorry)

David Andrew Bushnell (dabushne@leland.Stanford.EDU)
Tue, 12 Nov 1996 18:18:53 -0800 (PST)

I was able to get a Digital Unix pak license for the AXPPCI 33 for about $500
from Digital(educational discount). This did not include installation disks
but stanford has some deal where the univesity gets a set of disks so all
we had to do was buy the license, your university may have some similar deal.
The only other source I know for getting pak licenses is to strip them from
Old unix boxes.

Dave Bushnell
Dept. of Structural Biology
Stanford Univeristy

>
> Where is place to find OSF/1 cheap?
>
> I'm thinking testing OSF/1 along with linux, if it supports Japanese env.
> better, since only reason is to use with Japanese env. on this machine.
>
> Sorry this is off topic.
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