HP3000 model 70 in Australia
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Mon Dec 18 13:17:14 CST 2006
In article <200612181840.kBIIeX69063727 at lots.reanimators.org>,
Frank McConnell <fmc at reanimators.org> writes:
> Richard wrote:
> > I'm still skeptical of this however, I need to find some bona-fide
> > documentation that it was a 2000 and not a 3000, because I swear I
> > remember it being a 3000....
> How much do you remember about how you logged in?
Well it was my first computing experience, so I'm pretty sure it was a
3000. But given two old timers from my first computing group both
said it was a 2000, now I'm on a hunt for documents that will say
definitively :-). Until then its my memory vs. their memory.
I remember that on the HP we all used a "demo" account. I can't
remember if the accounts on the HP were numeric or alphanumeric.
There were some accounts where you used user name "demo", password
"demo". This was even written on a label attached to the DECwriter
IIs that they had :-). On the PDP-11/70, I was 1,20 and 20,8 at
different times, depending on whether or not I was granted a
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