PDP-8/M restoration project
tmfdmike at gmail.com
Sun Feb 22 07:29:28 CST 2015
For memory you couldn't do much better than this, unless you're hung
up on original DEC components:
I believe Vince still has a few sets available.
On Tue, Dec 23, 2014 at 11:44 AM, Brian L. Stuart
<blstuart at bellsouth.net> wrote:
> For any of you who are on more than one of these lists, I apologize
> in advance for your getting multiple copies of this.
> Now that I'm moved into the new place and the man cave (my basement)
> is converging on a usable state and in recognition of the upcoming 50th
> anniversary of the introduction of the PDP-8, I'm about to embark on a
> project to restore a PDP-8/M I got a while back. Unfortunately, this one
> is somewhat incomplete.. So I'm looking to start collecting some of the
> bits I'll need before it's all said and done. The items I need are in descending
> order of priority:
> KK8E M8320 Bus load module
> KL8E M8650 Async module
> H851 Inter-module jumper blocks for the CPU boards
> Storage device and controller
> Power switch key
> One front panel switch paddle
> If you have any of those that you're looking to unload (especially
> the M8320 or the M8650), let me know.
> Obviously, I can live without the switch paddle and I should be able to
> get a new key cut, but if anyone has extras lying around, I promise to
> give them a good home. The truth is I don't expect to come up with
> memory or storage devices for what I can justify spending. However,
> it turns out I do have an Omnibus prototype board. So I'm planning
> to use that to build a device to emulate a set of RK05s using an SD
> card for storage, and if need be, I can put memory on there too.
> Thanks in advance,
'No greater love hath a man than he lay down his life for his brother.
Not for millions, not for glory, not for fame.
For one person, in the dark, where no one will ever know or see.'
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