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Re: [vox] smallish hard drive?




i have several 9, 18 and a few 36 gb scsi drives..make offer.  if you are
in Davis, i Deliver.

z

Joseph Estevao Arruda		|	zeruch.deviantart.com
Meme Bender & Pundit @ large	|	z@precog.com
"The only thing I value less than your existence is your opinion" -z

On Wed, 6 Nov 2002, Jake LeBeau wrote:

> Hello all,
> 
> The hard drive in the box that I was using to run Linux has gone kaput. I'm
> starting to suffer from Tux-withdrawls, and watching Cygwin compile PHP from
> scratch just isn't doing it for me. Does anyone have a smallish, oldish drive
> they'd be willing to part with/sell? I was plenty comfortable on a 4GB,
> and I've ran Debian fine on a 1GB in the past, but I don't feel like I have the
> $60 for a new 20GB drive right now.
> 
> TIA, 
> 
> Jake
> <jlebeau@nyx.net>
> 
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