> So I have an RS 6000 that I've been wanting to mess
> around with but haven't been able to get going--

If it's a MicroChannel RS6K, then you are SOL for getting Linux going on it.
There's just no interest in reverse engineering outdated, obsolete hardware at
this point for MicroChannel anything.

SLUUG has lots of non-functional RS6Ks to prove it.
Ask them if you need any spare parts, though.



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