Found some stuff at the scrapyard
lyokoboy0 at gmail.com
Sun Jul 17 11:47:01 CDT 2016
Yeah i saw that it was capable or running HP/UX and wanted to take a look
at that. Sadly it did not come with a NIC, that would have been pretty
useful for getting data into and out of the machine over the network,
instead ill be limited to floppys.
The basic os that came installed on it looks pretty interesting too,
although i need to read up on it some. I'm going to image the drive so in
the event it goes bad or i need to set things back to how i got the machine
i can do so.
On Sun, Jul 17, 2016 at 12:45 PM, Al Kossow <aek at bitsavers.org> wrote:
> Memory sticks don't appear to be normal, though.
> I never bothered to dig into what's different about them, since
> they were available cheaply on eBay when i was working on the data
> recovery project.
> On 7/17/16 9:43 AM, Al Kossow wrote:
> > On 7/17/16 9:21 AM, devin davison wrote:
> >> As far as the disk drive goes, if it is a proprietary hard drive in
> >> that is a bummer.
> > They are conventional drives. The 360 or 380 are nice machines that will
> also run HP/UX
> > and come in handy for recovery of HPIB disk drives. I used a 380 to read
> all of the HPIB
> > disks that came from HP when they donated what was left of the Apollo
> and 9000 support
> > lab to CHM.
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