Apollo Software

Jay Jaeger cube1 at charter.net
Wed Jan 24 10:31:22 CST 2018

Al, the tape images have been uploaded to:


Which is a subdirectory (bits/Apollo) in


Unfortunately, my Aegis SR9.7 had errors (I had forgotten that).

As the readme explains, I read each one twice where I could (once on an
actual Apollo, and a second time on Linux), and compared them, and then
took one set (SR10.2, I think), and installed them on the MESS (now
apparently subsumed within MAME - I did this work several years ago)
simulator to make sure the process actually worked.


On 1/22/2018 10:57 AM, Al Kossow via cctalk wrote:
> sure thing.
> we got boxed of tapes and about 100 esdi disks from the support development cluster I haven't
> had time to do anything with
> also, i have lots of the last couple of revs of manuals up on bitsavers and there is a functional
> Apollo emulator running in MAME
> On 1/21/18 7:16 PM, Jay Jaeger via cctalk wrote:
>> I wasn't aware of that.  I have a ton of Apollo QIC images.  Shall I put
>> them up on my Google Drive for you to grab?
>> On 1/21/2018 1:50 PM, Al Kossow via cctalk wrote:
>>> CHM has an agreement with HP to host Apollo and 68K HP 9000 software legally.
>>> On 1/21/18 11:42 AM, David Collins via cctalk wrote:
>>>> The HP Computer Museum would be happy to host copies of any Apollo software if it can be imaged..

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