[CentOS] died again

Sat Dec 7 07:09:50 UTC 2013
Michael Hennebry <hennebry at web.cs.ndsu.nodak.edu>

On Sat, 7 Dec 2013, Eliezer Croitoru wrote:

> What Refurbished means?

"Refurbished" products have been tested to ensure compliance with original manufacturer specifications, and MAY include a limited manufacturer warranty - see the item's product page for details."

> The hardware by itself looks nice but it might be a noisy machine.
> HP support only windows Vista for this machine and I do not know what
> bios and CHIPS it was built upon yet.
> If it has the parts that this review claims:
> http://reviews.cnet.com/desktops/hp-compaq-business-dc7800/4507-3118_7-32598385.html

I noticed the TPM 1.2 .
Am I going have to start dealing with the "trusted"
computing crap when I get another computer?

Also, I just noticed that the seller's answer to a
question suggests that the power supply is borderline.

> Due to "2.33" I assume it's not the E6750 but maybe E6550.
> And as long you do not expect it to lift your desktop to the air it
> should be a good machine.

So no gotchas with Core 2 Duo and 2G of RAM.

> Compared to INTEL ATOM it is rated for 65w which most ATOM are about 15w.
> Basic EMAIL(not 40k emails) and basic browsing(not too much concurrently
> open tabs) should run simultaneously by default.

Development work.

> If you can buy the 4GB as a package it will give you more air to breath
> while comparing it to the old machine.

> On 05/12/13 22:02, Michael Hennebry wrote:
>> I'm considering the beast listed here, especially if my current beast dies:
>> http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883250296&cm_sp=DailyDeal-_-83-250-296-_-Product
>> I note that it has an Intel Core 2 Duo and 2G of RAM.
>> It has those in common with a lot of cheap PC's I've seen.
>> Are there gotchas here that I should know about?
>> I'm already aware that Core 2 is on Intel's discontiued list.
>> My current beast has Pentium 4 with 4G of RAM.

Michael   hennebry at web.cs.ndsu.NoDak.edu
"SCSI is NOT magic. There are *fundamental technical
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goat to your SCSI chain now and then."   --   John Woods