RT-11 Basic source available
jnc at mercury.lcs.mit.edu
Mon Jan 30 12:08:26 CST 2017
> From: Phil Budne
> I'd be interested in seeing it all preserved/available.
That is the goal.
> Maybe .. Apout would be a quicker way to run the binaries you have
> (than to have to hack the vanilla v6 kernel)
_Iff_ the existing binaries won't run under vanilla V6:
For me, going the Apout route would require learning about Apout. Bringing up
the MIT-V6+ under an emulator (so they could be run) would be a _lot_ less
work, since I'm already intimately familiar with it, and I already have
vanilla V6 running under an emulator (which I could use to produce a MIT-V6+
kernel that would boot under the emulator - the existing kernel images
wouldn't, they use disk controllers that the emulators don't support).
> I'm still looking for (NCP) ARPAnet code for v6!
That's there too - that's being discussed on the TUHS list. See the archives.
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