dave.g4ugm at gmail.com
Thu Feb 4 04:06:15 CST 2016
> The only place the "Compaq" logo appears is for the funny cover pages
> are very thick paper with a window to allow the manual name to show
> through. Those very thick cover pages also used to have the DEC logo
> Mentec was involved.
Any thing that says "DEC" passed to "Compaq" as Compaq bought DEC lock,
stock and barrel, well excluding Digital India which was never wholly owned
> Overall conclusion: The manuals are still from DEC - nothing has changed
> since replacing the name on the thick paper cover page without ANY
> supporting reference to what the "Compaq" logo refers to may be just the
> way that Mentec attempted to portray that Mentec now owned the manual
As I said Compaq bought DEC. Anything DEC passed to Compaq or
> There is ONE exception. The Release Notes for V05.07 of RT-11 was
> prepared and produced by Mentec in 1998. This one manual does have a
> copyright notice from Mentec!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
> So I would suggest that any manual prepared prior to 1994 which was
> approximately when Mentec became involved is purely from DEC and is still
> under copyright from DEC.
DEC no longer exists. Its Compaq. (well HP now)
>And further, based on a notice from DEC
> concerning manuals which are out of print (naturally at this point all
> from DEC are out of print), DEC gave permission (I don't have a copy of
> actual notice - can someone please provide it) to copy all manuals.
> Jerome Fine
Dave Wade Knee dave.wade at digital.com
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