AT&T 5620 (Blit/DMD) software

Al Kossow aek at
Sun May 29 10:18:13 CDT 2016

"Shattered" has been working on this. I assume you know about his SIMH simulator
and how he's getting frustrated with nothing being available.

On 5/28/16 2:15 PM, Seth Morabito wrote:
> Hey folks,
> I recently picked up an AT&T 5620 terminal, the WE32K version of the
> Blit, and I've been tracking down software to run on my 3B2.
> It looks like there are two separate packages which provide the
> 'layers' windowing system:
> 1. A package named "AT&T Windowing Utilities", on one floppy disk.
> 2. A package named "DMD Core Utilities 2.0", on a set of three floppy
>    disks.
> The DMD Core Utilities set comes with a lot of demos and source code.
> It installs 'layers' as /usr/dmd/bin/layers.
> The one-disk AT&T Windowing Utilities has no demos, and installs
> 'layers' as /usr/bin/layers.
> Can anyone elaborate on the difference between these two? Are
> they both appropriate to use with the 5620, and should I favor
> the DMD Core Utilities over the AT&T Windowing Utilities? Or
> are they both needed?
> Confused and lacking documentation,
> -Seth

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