Linux Fund Hardware Exchange


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Linux Fund has teamed up with Free Geek in Portland to provide older enterprise-class hardware received by Free Geek to open source projects.

Systems are available to open source developers on a first-come, first-serve basis with priority given to the nearest delivery destination. Deliveries to Portland, Oregon will be made in person.

Current inventory includes:


  • AlphaStation 200 – New Arrival
  • HP PA-RISC model 712/60 – New Arrival
  • Sun UltraSparc Ultra2 creator – New Arrival
  • 2U Itanium Server
  • Sun Ultra Enterprise 450
  • Sun Enterprise 250
  • Sun Ultra 80
  • Sun Ultra 60
  • 2 X Sun Ultra 60
  • 3 X Sun Ultra 10
  • Sun Ultra 5
  • SGI Indy
  • SGI SGI O2
  • SGI Blue Indigo 2
  • SGI Purple Indigo 2

Contact exchange@linuxfund.org for more information about any of these systems and provide a description of your work that requires the system.


Please help us pay for shipping and missing components with a donation!


On-line donations between $20 and $1000 have the lowest fees. Smaller and larger ones are subject to significantly higher fees by PayPal and Google. Please consider a check or wire transfer for larger amounts.

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Donate to the Linux Fund Hardware Exchange by check, Money Order or BillPay

Donations by check or money order can be addressed to "Linux Fund" and mailed to:

Linux Fund
560 SE Alexander Ave
Corvallis OR 97333-1933
USA

Please include "Hardware Exchange" on the check plus your e-mail address so we can send you a receipt for tax purposes.

Linux Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (EIN: 93-1275966) and donations are tax-deductible within the limitations of U.S. federal income tax laws. We will e-mail US taxpayers a receipt using the information provided by Google Checkout or PayPal. Please e-mail donations@linuxfund.org if you have any questions.

More information about Free Geek can be found at the Free Geek home page.


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