Best name for PDP-11/05-10
useddec at gmail.com
Wed Feb 24 16:36:49 CST 2016
The 11/05 and 11/10, or whatever you want to call them are rather unique. I
believe they are the only cpu in the PDP11 family with the slu built onto
the cpu boards, and have the the same cpu, M7260 and M7261, use about 6
different backplanes, most of then listed in the Unibus Troubleshooting
Guide. A lot of people have gotten into trouble thinking all the backplanes
were the same.
On Wed, Feb 24, 2016 at 3:41 PM, william degnan <billdegnan at gmail.com>
> >> >
> >> > With the /05 being the OEM machine, and the /10 end user one, we (and
> >> DEC)
> >> > seem to have picked the OEM variant in one as the 'canonical' model,
> >> and in
> >> > the other, the end-user variant.
> >> Interesting point. FWIW, I have always heard 11/05 and 11/40
> >> respectively.
> >> paul
> > putting all of that original 11/10 stuff aside :-)
> > There is a version of the processor handbook with all 4, and there is a
> > version with just 11/40. I have never seen a processor handbook for just
> > the 11/35, 11/05, or 11/10 by itself.
> > --
> I meant to add one more thing. I always treated the 11/05 and 11/10 as
> separate machines, just as much as the 11/05 S and 11/05 NC. Not sure if
> there is an 11/10 model S or NC.
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