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Re: Installing OpenBSD on Tyan Thunderbolt-L GX Dual P-III w/ Onboard SCSI
On Tue, Jan 30, 2001 at 08:40:07PM -0500, Joe G wrote:
> Intel GX chipset so I assume Thunderbolt S1837, specifically S1837UANG-L.
> The SCSI controller is integrated, LSI Symbios 53C896, AMI bios.
> I do not want Linux on this box. This box is being installed as a name
> server in a high-risk environment and I want the security of OpenBSD.
Why do you want to waste a dual cpu motherboard on this? OpenBSD does
not support the second CPU... not that you'll need it unless your name
server is increadable busy. I'd use that machine elsewhere with an os
that will take full advantage of it, and use another system w/ OpenBSD
as the name server... this just seems like a waste of good hardware to
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