holger.veit at iais.fraunhofer.de
Wed Mar 30 02:12:59 CDT 2016
work? The first cmd may cause an error, if there is no AT loaded at all.
The second will install larger the 12K version of IND if present, a
prerequisite for a sysgen that may be also used in normal operation. It
is IIRC rather uncommon to discard IND for space issues; there are other
less frequently used tasks to be removed for a turnkey system. Is the
disk rather full anyway?
Am 29.03.2016 um 19:30 schrieb supervinx:
> Il giorno sab, 26/03/2016 alle 11.54 +0000, Veit, Holger ha scritto:
>> Looks as if the @ task, the indirect command processor, is either defective, or was not linked correctly for this system. Check the system generation manual; there are hints on how to replace it. This is for instance necessary for a sysgen (INS a /BIG version of it). If this fails, the TSK is broken. The sysgen rebuilds IND from an OLB regularly; there is a BLD file for this. You don't need to run a full sysgen for it (infact, with a broken @ processor, you can't).
>> Regards Holger
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>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: supervinx [supervinx at libero.it]
>> Received: Donnerstag, 24 März 2016, 23:30
>> To: cctalk at classiccmp.org [cctalk at classiccmp.org]
>> Subject: RSX-11 trouble
>> Got a MicroPDP 11 plus.
>> It seems to be misconfigured.
>> It can't execute .CMD files, reporting
>> Task "...AT." terminated
>> Load failure. Read error
>> No disk errors are reported with ELI DU0:/SH
>> Disk seems to work: I can run .TSK files.
>> The file STARTUP.CMD isn't read at all.
>> Any hints? Which file is executed right before STARTUP.CMD?
>> I see two RED commands and a MOU before it tries to read [1,2]STARTUP.CMD and reports the aforementioned error.
> Well... no IND.TSK is present :(
> May be they had space issues?
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