HP 98xx manuals
rigdonj at cfl.rr.com
Mon Jul 25 08:14:44 CDT 2005
OK I'm packing up a box of HP books for you. I'm including:
1) Using HP BASIC for Instrument Control, a Self-Stufy Course
2) BASIC 5.0/5.1 Graphics Techniques
3) Installing, Using and Maintaining the BASIC 5.0 System
4) Pascal 3.1 User's Guide
5) Installation Guide HP 9000 Series 200 Model 226 and Model 236.
6) BASIC 5.0 Interfacing Techniques, Volume 1: General Topics
These are all in the grey HP three ring binders and are all short
(roughly 8" x 8 1/2") books. These cover a variety of topics and should
make a good start. I specificly included the Installation book (#3) since
it contains the information that Tony needs. It's probably the starting
point for everything esle but it's actually a very difficult book to find
and the reference manuals and such don't cover such basic topics as how to
boot the machines or how to create or save the operating system.
I'll probably ship this box today via USPS Media mail. I'll also go
ahead and start packing some more books.
At 05:05 PM 7/24/05 -0700, you wrote:
> I guess you don't have the manuals for this. AFIK I have the full set of
>manuals for BASIC 5.1 along with a bunch of other useful related HP manuals
>such as the HP 9826/9836 and HP 9000/300 Series Computer Installation
>manuals, various peripheral configuration manuals, BASIC 2.1 and 3.0
>manuals, HPL manual, Pascal manuals, Self-Study Guide to Instrument
>Interfacing using HP Basic, FSD Customer Engineering Manual and more. This
>stuff needs to be made available to the everyone. Al has asked about
>borrowing the stuff and scanning it and I've told him that he can but we
>haven't done anythng to make it happen yet. But it's about time that we
>did. How about it Al? Do you have time to do this stuff yet?
>I'll make time to get it done. I have a couple of other manuals to get
>on line (like the other PASCAL manual and the 9836 service manual)
>Was talking to a friend of mine today who makes a little Ubicom board
>and I suggested he implement an HPIB interface on it and implement
>enough of a emulator to provide an HPIB peripheral to Ethernet interface.
>Then, you could have a box on the net simulate the rest.
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