Who wants to help read a Saturn V core stack?
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Tue Nov 11 12:22:15 CST 2008
On 11 Nov 2008 at 10:50, Christian Corti wrote:
> As an example, this is the microprogram ROM of a Wang 600:
Regardless of the relevance to the original topic (the LVDC doesn't
use core rope), my point was that if a core rope memory could be
assembled manually, it certainly could be dis-assembled manually.
What isn't clear from the IBM LVDC description is how the programs
were originally loaded into the computer. I don't see any mention of
a boot loader. Was the core programmed separately and then installed
into the LVDC? Or was some sort of fixture attached for programming?
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