Charles L Ditzel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
26 Mar 88 09:34:38 GMT
In article <In article <208@megalon.UUCP>, In article <208@megalon.UUCP>, digi@megalon.UUCP (Klaus Altenburg) writes:
> My company is also interrested in using workstations (like sun's) for CASE.
> Here in Germany a reasonable sun-server costs about 35.000 - 40.000 DM.
Usually it's the reverse.
> - Is it right, that we need only a unix-machine with a working
> NFS to run diskless sun-workstations ?
I believe their are now versions of NFS that allow diskless Sun's to boot
off of Vaxes and other machines. I could be wrong...it might still be
pending release. Naturally diskless Suns can boot off of low-end
workstations like the Sun 3/60 (it's slower).
> - is there software to use 386-based systems as workstations for CASE ?
When Sun's 386 machine (see InfoWorld and ComputerWorld) comes out the answer
is yes. Look at Sun's NSE package (it works with CADRE, Interleaf etc)
This archive was generated by hypermail 2.0b3 on Thu Mar 09 2000 - 14:41:31 GMT