DEC VT30-H and VTV30-J, was VSV11
henk.gooijen at hotmail.com
Fri Mar 3 07:16:23 CST 2017
Oops, typo ☹ I missed one folder. The correct links are
While “promoting”, I also added a page for the RP03
It will be some time before pictures of the system and more info will land here.
I am re-organizing my 2250 square feet … but not yet clear how everything
will be placed.
Van: Paul Birkel<mailto:pbirkel at gmail.com>
Verzonden: vrijdag 3 maart 2017 11:45
Aan: 'Henk Gooijen'<mailto:henk.gooijen at hotmail.com>
Onderwerp: RE: DEC VT30-H and VTV30-J, was VSV11
Henk: In case you haven't noticed, neither of those URLs are yet active
:-<. To Your Good Health!
From: cctech [mailto:cctech-bounces at classiccmp.org] On Behalf Of Henk
Gooijen via cctech
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Subject: RE: DEC VT30-H and VTV30-J, was VSV11
Well, I did scribble a bit about the VT30 and VSV11 on my website .
Van: shadoooo via cctech<mailto:cctech at classiccmp.org>
Verzonden: donderdag 2 maart 2017 19:12
Aan: cctech at classiccmp.org<mailto:cctech at classiccmp.org>
Onderwerp: Re: DEC VT30-H and VTV30-J, was VSV11
Well, it would be a very nice thing to put the hands on a copy of such
Given that I didn't find ANY information on Google about these boards,
except for the bare description in the PDP11 field guide, it would be very
nice to archive a copy on bitsavers too...
If you manage to find something, please let me know
>I've got a photocopied user's manual in this mess somewhere (used for the
"VR:" VT30 emulation in E11).
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