Cool, though not as cool as Pentium's autographed Indigo...
Isn't there a special Spielberg Indigo floating around too. 1 of 1... sgifanatic?
uunix wrote:Max was a bloke in latex!!!
Regarded by many as the inspiration for Jim Carreys on screen persona in various movies. For some reason, I now need a Pepsi.
While we are talking about obtaining sgi's, I was heavily into Maya (2.5 - 4, approx. 2000) always wanted a purple indigo2, got an sgi 320 from liquidated stock about 2002 (so roughly the EOL of the visual workstation, maybe a year after EOL in fact). I had so much more software for x86 (including maya) at the time, so I was probably one of the very few non-MIPS sgi advocates
. Later got my first programming job, first task, porting some irix software to windows. They let me keep the o2 used for development which was one of the last sgi machines they had (the software house used to be an sgi "Value Added Reseller", supplying both the specialised CAD software and the workstations to run it). Then finally got an *almost* maxed out Octane (dual R12K/300) in 2009 from ebay for about £40. Software pre-loaded on it.