I collect and occasionally exhibit vintage computers, most Sun sun4c and sun4m systems.
- 2018 Vintage Computer Festival Pacific Northwest – Sun “lunchbox” systems. Featured Sun workstations in the small footprint “lunchbox” form factor, the SPARCstation IPC, IPX, classic, and LX, as well as a RDI BriteLite IPX, a portable computer based on an IPX system board.
- 2019 Vintage Computer Festival Pacific Northwest – Attack of the SPARC Clones. Featured SPARC computers from companies other than Sun, specifically a Solbourne IDT S4000DX (Panasonic-fab’ed and branded KAP processor), an Axil 320 (a SPARCstation 20 clone that uses SPARCstation 10 components), a SPARCstation 20 (with dual Ross hyperSPARC processors), and a Tadpole SPARCbook.
- Sun SPARCstation IPC (running SunOS 4.1.4)
- Sun SPARCstation IPX (running Solaris 2.6)
- Sun SPARCstation classic (running OpenBSD)
- Sun SPARCstation LX (running Linux 2.0.36)
- Sun SPARCstation 5 (running OPENSTEP 4.2)
- Sun SPARCstation 20 (running Solaris 2.6)
- Axil 320 (running OPENSTEP 4.2)
- Tadpole SPARCbook 3000XT (running Solaris)
- Sun 3/260 (under restoration)
- Apple PowerBook 540c (running MacOS 7.5)
- RDI BriteLite IPX
- Solbourne IDT S4000DX