What's the rarest or most unusual software item do you own?
leifj at mnt.se
Fri Jan 13 00:11:43 CST 2017
Skickat från min iPhone
13 jan. 2017 kl. 00:45 skrev Noel Chiappa <jnc at mercury.lcs.mit.edu>:
>> From: Leif Johansson
>> Me and peter recently discovered he saved the rest of the box.
> Is that the one I saw in the 'MIT-MC in Sweden' pictures a while back?
Wasn't on the list then but maybe, yes. A lot stuff got lost when Stackens big room got evaced from KTH many years ago.
>> Paul Koning
>> A listing of RSTS-11 V0
> If that's not already online in machine-readable form, we should get it
> scanned and OCR'd.
> I have a _very_ soft spot for RSTS-11 - I learned to program on a PDP-11/20
> running RSTS-11. (Actually, I learned to program from reading a BASIC-PLUS
> language manual, borrowed from Matthew Weinstein, over my first weekend at
> boarding school!)
> Being able to run on it an actual PDP-11 (using Guy's MEM-11 card) would
> be so far beyond super-cool that it would be below absolute zero...
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