Theunicorn.biz commence sales of Free BSD preinstalled PC system

ed joyce edjoycearthurnet at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Feb 16 15:04:05 GMT 2006


Theunicorn.biz in conjunction with their UK
distributor Samite have commenced the sale of
Bosworth-1 a preinstalled FreeBSD PC.

The system is targetted at the Small and Medium
Enterprise market to be used in conjunction with a
Mac/Windows/Linux laptop to provide extranet/out of
office access to desktop data. Based on FreeBSD 6.0 it
supports general office software in addition to
Apache.

The AMD based system offers general workstation spec.

The website is at www.theunicorn.biz

Ed Joyce



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> Message: 1
> Date: Mon, 6 Feb 2006 12:22:13 +0000
> To: Zoe Parsons <zoe at theasylum.demon.co.uk>
> Cc: Ben Paley <ben at spooty.net>,
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> Subject: Re: Freebsd-users digest, Vol 1 #1952 - 11
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> From: dom at happygiraffe.net (Dominic Mitchell)
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> On Mon, Feb 06, 2006 at 06:43:48AM +0000, Zoe
> Parsons wrote:
> > On Sun, 5 Feb 2006, Ben Paley wrote:
> > 
> > >Palace Pier and West Pier: the latter is the
> blackened hulk we still see 
> > >from
> > >the front. ALLEGEDLY there are those who would
> like there to be only one 
> > >pier
> > >and to call it 'Brighton Pier', but they haven't
> quite succeeded... yet...
> > Damn their eyes! I've been a sulky/moody Hovian
> all my life and I refuse 
> > to start renaming everything in a cause of self
> aggrandising Brighton 
> > lefty council nutters!
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> What a typically Hovian response!  ;-)
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> > Or I could just do what I usually do and ignore
> such silly stuff. ;-)
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> Hear, hear!
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> -Dom
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> Message: 2
> Date: Tue, 7 Feb 2006 11:00:54 +0000
> From: Paul Robinson <paul at iconoplex.co.uk>
> To: freebsd-users at uk.freebsd.org,
> manchester at bsdgroups.org.uk
> Subject: Reminder: Manchester BSDUG, TONIGHT, 19:30
> @ Sandbar
> 
> I'm sure many of you have been so excited with
> anticipation over the last 7 
> days that you've hardly been able to sleep, so you
> shouldn't need a reminder 
> that tonight is the February meeting of the
> Manchester BSD User Group.
> 
> There are currently 4 (count them! FOUR!) confirmed
> attendees, one "feeling 
> rubbish but will try" and two further people likely
> to bother showing up. You 
> know the crowd scenes in the film "Ghandi"? With
> these numbers, it'll almost 
> look like that - but without
> handlebar-moustache-wearing British army officers 
> shooting at us. Perhaps.
> 
> Exciting activities planned for tonight include:
> 
> - Drinking!
> - Talking!!
> - Drinking a bit more!!
> - Talking again!
> - Somebody might have a cigarette!!!
> - Talking some more!!
> 
> And at the end of the night, the main event: going
> home.
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> We will be congregating at 19:30 @ The Sandbar,
> Grosvenor Street, Manchester. 
> If you have never been there before and don't know
> where you're going, you can 
> email me off-list and I'll give you directions
> and/or my mobile number.
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> Hope to see you there!
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> -- 
> Paul Robinson
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