PDP-11/60 manuals needed
bobsmithofd at gmail.com
Wed Feb 27 16:50:36 CST 2019
my recollection of the JO KD11-K is dusty. It was under development at
the same time my group was working on the DMC/KMC11 products.
The similarity of the /60 and the DMC/KMC was the fact that they were
both based on Harvard architecture implementations.
A Harvard arch implementation of the PDP11 ISP is an interesting challenge.
On Wed, Feb 27, 2019 at 5:09 PM Noel Chiappa via cctalk
<cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
> > From: Bill Degnan
> > The 11/60 handbook doesn't have that kind of designation. It's EB06498
> Yeah, that's the processor handbook, which is the paperback-sized thing which
> is mostly a programmer's reference; I've got that, its the 8-1/2x11 sized
> things I'm after.
> > From: Ethan Dicks
> > Is it by any chance EK-KD11K-TM-001?
> > That part number is for a print-set
> Uhh, no. Looking at the fiche version, EP-KD11K-TM-001, it has lots and lots
> of text blocks (which I can't read without a fiche reader, of course).
> We do seem to have the print sets:
> MP00166 11/60 System (chassis, power contoller, etc)
> MP00409 KD11-K CPU
> MP00500 WCS (M7870)
> MP00429 FP11-E
> but I'm not desperate enough to learn the -11/60 by looking at them!
> > I'm following the discussion because I have the two BA11 cabinets for
> > an 11/60, the PSUs, and the front panel (I'm missing the rack).
> And by 'the rack', I'm guessing that includes the backplane? Looking through
> the prints, I think I didn't see details on it (alas).
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