AW: When did Memory- and IO Protection Emerge (Esp. in Minis)?
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Thu May 5 12:34:16 CDT 2016
On 05/04/2016 11:34 PM, William Donzelli wrote:
> Wasn't minicomputer really a marketing term, anyway? Suits and all?
Well, it was the sixties, after all. We all forget "midicomputer". :)
One thing that some may not know about the 1700 is that it had a
*per-word* protection bit as well as I/O protection on a "per device"
basis. I don't know of any other computers with that feature.
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