From: Jurgen Sievers (juergen.sievers_at_NADINE-Software.com)
Date: 2003-02-02 15:03:07
> -----Original Message----- > From: firstname.lastname@example.org > [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Adrian Vickers > Sent: Sunday, February 02, 2003 11:57 AM > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: Re: Commodore 900 auction > > > At 10:12 02/02/2003, Daniele Gratteri wrote: > > Unfortunately, my German isn't too good, so I ran the description > through a > translator to get the gist. For some reason, the results amused me: The translation result is well. So I may add only some language-specific new interpretations. > "C 900 was Commodores response to a question the nobody placed: As > counterpart to workstations of Apollo or HP he was probably meant. The > unixaehnliche operating system " Coherent " as well as a Z8000 as (unixaehnlich = unix likeness) > CCU were > even at that time more than diagonal. Result: The device never diagonal ( was schraeg [in this context] unconventional, a little bit to all) > came beyond > the Enwicklungsstadium. The board is handwired partly still and ( Entwicklungsstadium = stage of development) > seems up to > RAM completely (inclusive Z80XX on Doughtercard as well as ( Attention!!! it means "except for the RAM it seems to be complettly") > original C900 of > boat Rome). Handwritten notes prove the section as functional. Since ( boad ROM = boot ROM :))) [that's nice.] > Commodores in a cardboard overslept the fall 14 years unaffected. Whether The Board has slept untouched in a cardboard during the last 14 years on which Commodore had been going down. (I hope that is an English sentence) > to waking up (interfaces are all there) or ideal-proves as ultimative > showcase model - a piece of history around you each collecting tank > colleague leg oaths becomes." ( A piece of history around that every collector will envy you.) > > In particular, the sentence "Since Commodores in a cardboard > overslept the > fall 14 years unaffected." :) > > -- > Cheers, Ade. > Be where it's at, B-Racing! > http://b-racing.com > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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