Got a LISP Machine on Sunday
jrkeys at concentric.net
Mon Jun 4 21:22:18 CDT 2007
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From: "Brad Parker" <brad at heeltoe.com>
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Sent: Monday, June 04, 2007 6:07 PM
Subject: Re: Got a LISP Machine on Sunday
> "Keys" wrote:
>>Had a Symbolics 3640 dropped off on Sunday evening along with a Symbolics
>>model OP36-DISP display. Missing are the keyboard, FD, and all the needed
>>cables (power cord also). I opened the front door and saw two hard drives
>>mounted inside. Will also be looking for manuals and some software. Anyone
>>would information please email me.
> I'm not sure abot power on a 3640. My 3630 has stock power cord. The
> "refrigerator" 3600's are another matter - those are circular but you
> can make an adapter easily.
> (if I remember right the 3640 is just an "L" machine - i.e. stock TTL;
> the 3630 is a G machine, which has FPGA's)
> You're going to need a keyboard. And more important, a cable from the
> monitor to the machine.
> If you are luck it will just boot. Does it have a cart tape drive? if
> so, assume the roller is goo. I would not use it unless you replace the
> rubber parts.
> I would get in touch with David Schmidt in VA. He can get a keyboard
> for you and a monitor cable.
The drive is missing just a open bay with a cable hanging there.
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