bqt at Update.UU.SE
Sat Aug 27 00:24:08 CDT 2005
On Fri, 26 Aug 2005 "Rick Bensene" <rickb at bensene.com> wrote:
> > "Deccasette should be TU60, see:
> > http://www.iivs.de/home/fm.arnold/Fotoos/DEC/TU60/DSCN0870.JPG
> > http://www.iivs.de/home/fm.arnold/Fotoos/DEC/TU60/DSCN0871.JPG
> > http://www.iivs.de/home/fm.arnold/Fotoos/DEC/TU60/DSCN0872.JPG
> > http://www.iivs.de/home/fm.arnold/Fotoos/DEC/TU60/DSCN0874.JPG
> > And yes I know this beast pretty well, more than I liked in
> > the old days.
> > DEC made CAPS-11 "operating-system" especially arount this
> > peripheral, basically the papertape programming software on casettes.
> > I'm not aware of any surviving copy of this..."
> I've got one of these, but no interface board for 8e or 11/34.
> Anyone know where one might be found?
Same here. It would be fun to just have it.
> It'd be cool to try to bring it up. Probably no device driver support in
> any later OS's, but at least I could try writing some machine code to see if
> it works.
RSX have support. It's CT:.
> Would be cool if someone has a copy of CAPS out there. Does anyone know if
> could boot off of these things?
Of course you could. How else do you think CAPS worked?
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