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Hi there,

I will soon be the proud owner of 2 C8000s with PA 8800 1 GHz CPUs. What
would be the newest HP-UX version that runs on those boxes?

Also, where is a hobbyist-friendly source for HP-UX install media and
LTUs ?

TIA!

Best wishes
Frank


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Frank GOENNINGER <dg1sbg@googlemail.com> wrote:
>
> I will soon be the proud owner of 2 C8000s with PA 8800 1 GHz CPUs. What
> would be the newest HP-UX version that runs on those boxes?

11.11 is officially supported.
11.23 is unsupported, but is supposed to work. Most graphics cards
won't work anymore.
I would love to here if the C8000 is sufficiently similar to an
rp34x0 to let them run 11.31. Might be fun just to try.
Anything but 11.11 is for ones own personal amusement only,
of course.

Dennis

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Dennis Grevenstein <dennis.grevenstein@gmail.com> writes:

>>
>> I will soon be the proud owner of 2 C8000s with PA 8800 1 GHz CPUs. What
>> would be the newest HP-UX version that runs on those boxes?
>
> 11.11 is officially supported.
> 11.23 is unsupported, but is supposed to work. Most graphics cards
> won't work anymore.

Aha. Thanks!

> I would love to here if the C8000 is sufficiently similar to an
> rp34x0 to let them run 11.31. Might be fun just to try.
> Anything but 11.11 is for ones own personal amusement only,
> of course.
>
> Dennis

Hmmm - if I can get a copy of the install media I'd be inclined to try
that ...

Cheers
Frank


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