Scan of a 1702A
Roy J. Tellason
rtellason at verizon.net
Sat Dec 8 22:32:36 CST 2007
On Saturday 08 December 2007 06:29, Grant Stockly wrote:
> I couldn't help it. I had to scan a 1702A 256byte EPROM.
> This one was done at 6400dpi, really 3200dpi along the scanner array
> and 6400dpi in the scanning direction. So there is some
> interpolation in the image. Still a pretty impressive picture for a
> scanner. :)
> Just playing the new scanner...
Or, how to know that you've really got too many things running at one time
and then push things over the edge into using not only all RAM but also all
swap as well, and then sit there thrashing for a fairly long time...
I need to figure out a way to notice that things are this close to the edge
before going over it, I think. :-)
That's a BIG pic, there!
But it ain't nowhere near as purty as the ones I have here, all white ceramic
and gold on the pins and window frame and such. :-D
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