DEC printsets on line why not AFS
stefan.skoglund at agj.net
Tue Dec 23 11:51:12 CST 2014
mån 2014-12-22 klockan 22:03 -0500 skrev Sean Caron:
> Dropbox is just another cloud storage provider, you can sign up for free
> and you get some number of gigs to start with... you can pay more for extra
> space but the default allocation is fairly generous. There's a client for
> most OS platforms that will allow you to mount the DropBox share and have
> it look like local storage... probably WebDAV or something. Just go to
> www.dropbox.com and you can set up an account. Some of the folks that I
> support at U-M use it for casual data transfers. It's been around for a
> while now.
> If you wanted to have the spreadsheet up as like a group-edit kind of
> thing, maybe better to use Google Docs?
> On Mon, Dec 22, 2014 at 9:46 PM, steve shumaker <shumaker at att.net> wrote:
> > Jack
> > How did you set up the dropbox? cost? size limits?
> > I'm looking at posting a large spreadsheet for the list to use and am
> > looking at options
> > Steve
> > On 12/22/2014 12:23 AM, Jack Rubin wrote:
> >> I've digitized several early PDP-8 related printsets and placed them
> >> online in a public Dropbox folder. Circumstances did not allow direct
> >> scanning of the documents - they were photographed and then post-processed
> >> to produce .pdf files. Conditions were less than optimal and the resultant
> >> files are quite large but hopefully these files will be of use to those who
> >> need them.
> >> The files are:
> >> 779 Power Supply
> >> 832 Power Controller
> >> PDP-8/I Printset
> >> DM01 Printset
> >> KW8I Printset
> >> TC01 Printset
> >> TU55 Printset
> >> The files are located at: http://tinyurl.com/PDP8I-docs
> >> Best,
> >> Jack
Agreed, it is not universally accessible on Windows for example or
Solaris (i don't know how well the AFS clients works in Windows.)
I think most Linux dists has a working OpenAFS.
But, i think that most of the people on this list is fully able to
configure one or two computers for AFS client access.
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