robert at irrelevant.com
Fri Aug 31 13:20:28 CDT 2007
On 31/08/2007, Richard Smith <richard.smith at mewgull.com> wrote:
> >I also used some "microfive" 8088 based multi-user systems - not sure
> >where they originated from, though knowing my bos, they were possibly
> Wasn't that the ICL "One-per-desk" machine?
No, the OPL was a Sinclair QL..
The microfile 1000's I used were about the size and shape of an
original IBM XT, but with multple serial ports on the back rather than
pc style screen/keyboar: You connected up dumb terminals to use. We
ran BOS on them, but think they were intended for ConcurrentDOS.
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