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Wed Dec 31 13:24:04 CST 2014
I just received a working Zorba CP/M computer, with no software. Does anyone have copies of the system disks? Would anyone be willing to make me a copy set of these disks? I would more than happy to pay for the disks and shipping. It would be wonderful to see the old computer up and running again.
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> On Dec 31, 2014, at 5:47 AM, Johnny Billquist <bqt at update.uu.se> wrote:
>> On 2014-12-31 11:40, Holm Tiffe wrote:
>> David Brownlee wrote:
>>>> On 29 December 2014 at 00:31, emanuel stiebler <emu at e-bbes.com> wrote:
>>>>> On 2014-12-28 14:56, David Brownlee wrote:
>>>>> Björn Johannesson has been working on the VAX framebuffer and keyboard
>>>>> code in NetBSD to get X running on the LCG equipped machines (like the
>>>>> VAXstation 4000/VLC and 4000/60).
>>>>> He's expressed an interest in looking at some issues in the DECstation
>>>>> X11 code, but doesn't have access to an appropriate machine.
>>>> which DECstation, and which Graphic adapter?
>>>> There where quite a few different ones on the TURBOChannel,
>>>> from the very dumb frame buffer to the 3d ones ...
>>> My initial thoughts would be a nice little 3100 or possibly a 2100
>>> with the simple framebuffer, but obviously the goal would be to
>>> support whatever is available.
>> At least VS3100 M38 and M76 don't work with NetBSD, we realized this approx
>> a year before. Martin got a machine from me to investigate further, but I
>> think nothing has happened in this reagard since then.
> Uh... Holm... He was talking about a DECstation 2100 or 3100 here... Not a VAXstation. :-)
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