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Re: cobalt raq4



On Fri, Feb 22, 2002 at 11:03:03PM +0100, veins wrote:
> > Hi, 
> > 
> > I have to setup dns-servers for my company. For obvious reasons i 
> > (and my company too:-) want to use OpenBSD with its default version
> > of bind. The idea is to employ cobalt raq4 (intel-based) because they 
> > are offered (including connectivity) by the provider. This solution is
> > the cheapest at the moment. So i'd like to ask: Has somebody installed 
> > OpenBSD on those machines (AMD k-6II CPU, 8 G harddrive, two nics, 128 mb
> > ram )? I didn't find more specific hardware-info else i would have looked
> > at OpenBSD's hardwarelist.
> 
> I have worked three times with cobalt and never had a cobalt that let me
> change the OS. Also, did you know that modifying any file in the cobalt
> voids your guarantee  (meaning that switching it on or off will void your
> guarantee) ?   =)
> 
> veins
> 
Doesn't sound too good, hmmm?


Thanx

Alf