flash (or ide) storage for unibus 11?
paulkoning at comcast.net
Mon Nov 23 14:02:49 CST 2015
> On Nov 23, 2015, at 2:37 PM, Johnny Billquist <bqt at Update.UU.SE> wrote:
>>>> While, MSCP is interesting in that it's somewhat drive independent, it's
>>>> complex and it only really works with newer OS's.
>>> Well, "newer" in this case is sortof anything beyond the mid 80s. :-)
>> RSTS added MSCP support in V8, so if you want to run V7 you'll want to have a traditional disk emulation.
> Yeah. And unless I remember wrong, V8 came in 1986?
No, 1983. I remembered wrong, though; UDA50 support arrived in RSTS 7.2, in 1982.
A nice reference for RSTS history is the wonderfully fictional "RSTS 80th anniversary" document. A copy of it lives here: http://www.silverware.co.uk/rsts_80th_birthday.htm . I don't remember who wrote that; it came out as part of the 20th anniversary celebration, in 1990. In other words, the entries for 1990 and before are basically accurate; everything after that is a product of some very nice imagination.
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