486/120 - Linux
The computer that started it all.
Marvin (named after the robot, not the martian) acts as the main server
Sun 3/260 - SunOS
One of our aquisitions, Megalon originally resided in another geek
house: The Marshmallow Peanut Circus
- Rat Thing (aka BeRat)
PowerCenter 150 - MacOS/BeOS
wicked-fast new baby. Goes be the name of "BeRat" when on the
BeOS side. Black, of course.
Macintosh Centris 610 - MacOS
The Mac in Black.
Burnt's first computer of his very own! A little testy after
being moved downstairs, spurned for Rat Thing.
Everybody wants one, I got mine.
P133 - Linux
The closest thing we have to a 'workstation'. Viva la Linux!
P100 - Win95
Complete with a touch-screen monitor, this serves as the Latex Hut
kiosk. When people come over, it's the only one we let them touch.
Burnt's! He had his first...
Headless NetInfo server for CrackWhore and Wicked. Kinds looks like a
Borg cube. Actually... it looks a LOT like a Borg cube.
P166 - Win95
machine. Brand spankin new.
- HuMuS, Couscous and Filafel
Apple IIe - 'nuff said
Our trio of Apple IIe machines. Useful for taking up that unused table
space in our kitchen or for the occasional BASIC flashback.
486/66 - MS-DOS/Win 3.1
The obligatory DOS machine for all those k-rad 0-day games. Deathmatch,
- NKOTB (aka Gizmo)
486/66 - Linux
Yes folks, it's the LatexNet fileserver. Appletalk, NFS, and SMB.
486/33 - Linux
Burnt's experiment. I'm amazed it's still alive.
[Ed. It's not, Derek.
I yanked the RAM for Deadly.]
Useful for humming loudly and impressing our friends.
Z80 - CPM
As old as they come, this 15 year old "portable" computer makes a
great conversation piece and doubles as an end table!
- The little stuff
A random sprinkling of vt100 terminals and 286 laptops round out the
Latex Hut hardware list.
Computer to Human Ratio: 10:1