Cryptolocker (was RE: Is tape dead?
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Thu Sep 17 11:04:17 CDT 2015
> On Sep 16, 2015, at 6:19 PM, Chuck Guzis <cclist at sydex.com> wrote:
> On 09/16/2015 12:23 PM, Sean Caron wrote:
>> And I actually got to play with NOS ... many years after the fact ...
>> never thought I'd see that! What the cray-cyber.org guys are doing is
> Sad that they don't have any early software. In the beginning there was COS (Chippewa Operating System), followed by SCOPE (which doesn't really describe a specific OS, but more on that later). On the 6000, both were essentially PP-oriented, leaving the CP to do the real work.
They may not run those, but those certainly have been preserved as part of the "controlfreaks" effort. COS, Scope, MACE, Kronos, NOS, NOS/BE -- all those have been run on the DtCyber emulator. In fact, a copy of a production PLATO system, on NOS 2.8.7, has been on the Internet for a decade now (on DtCyber).
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