Unix on old-ish machines - advice sought
stanb at dial.pipex.com
Fri Apr 8 02:55:20 CDT 2005
Pete Turnbull <pete at dunnington.u-net.com> said:
> On Apr 7 2005, 8:59, Stan Barr wrote:
> > My 11/73 has quite a small hard disk and small memory, and I'd like
> > to keep it running RT-11 as it has some sort of colour frame-buffer
> > card and the software for that is RT-11 (though I've not figured it
> > out yet - must take the covers off and see exactly *what* the card
> > is!)
> Sounds interesting!
Yep, it has a few rows of colour-coded bnc sockets on the back and
a couple of intriguing looking ribbon cables with idc connectors
exiting out the back where it was originally connected to some
petrochemical analysis equipment, I think. I'm just getting
round to sorting it out properly (and getting the floppy to work!).
> > Still having difficulties with transport, may be going to Bradford
> > and York is not much further - we'll see...
> OK. I really can give you an Indy, if that's an incentive, and we're
> just off the A64, not right in York.
That is an incentive! My friend is talking of going to Doncaster
racecourse which is not far away, so I'll try to be a bit persuasive :-)
Stan Barr stanb at dial.pipex.com
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