R-ten-K wrote:Also, coming back to the common sense point: you need to make a cost analysis of the time you waste trying to bring old stuff to work, vs. just taking a normal job and spend those hours making money to buy working modern equipment.
He also turned down my offer of an exchange for a reasonable amount of SGI hardware (2 T****o rackmount, one deskside) for this machine. Oh well.
Dude, this is my mac! ;_;
Your demands for this mac are pure blackmail. Before I even told you about the G5 you were willing to give me all that hardware regardless, now you want it in exchange for the damn thing, which I don't even know if it works.
Anyways, I found out the aluminum frame is hopelessly bent so the epoxy was no use and the screws just popped out.
On the other hand I reassembled the system, cleaned up and reassembled the better condition cooling unit and installed it and powered the box on.
Well the PSU at the least is okay. The fans spin up and then slow down and the light on the front is giving me two blinks and then a pause but I get no chime.
It might be because the ram I attempted to use was no good (high density DDR) or because I have no video card installed or it could be something worse...
You could just run your http on the private port 8080, same with FTP lol. Although maybe some people may be like zomg not on port 80 or have no idea what that is but w/e lol
The common ports like 21 and 80 and 8080 are blocked by default.
Listen, if I have been trying unsuccessfully for almost two years now to gust connect to my FTP server, U'm not going to be able to connect to it until I move.