Subject: Re: VXT-2000
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Louis Wevers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/13/2002 21:58:12
Ok, this is what I can get from the system:
10 Mb of RAM
If I do a "show ver" on the boot>> promt it tells me:
System type = 08 version = 01 revision = 02
Accrding to some manual that came with it I'll be needing some VXT
images to boot it initially. It gives me a list of 4 possible images:
If anyone knows where to get these images I'd be really happy if someone
could tell me where.
As for manuals, it came with 3 books:
1. VXT Software: System Management Information (Order number: AA-PPSAATE)
2. VXT 2000 Windowing Terminal and DECimage 2000 Option: Installation
and Getting Started. (Order number: EK-VXT20-IN. B01)
3. 2. VXT 2000 Windowing Terminal: User Information (Order number:
I've not had the time to really study them, but they seem to be
operation manuals without much technical background.
Debros, Frederic M.,Md wrote:
>look up what model it is, if it has the colour framebuffer etc and how much ram.
>the vxt2000 is a snazzy xserver that runs bootp or mopboot and is a nice and
>quiet xterm for any linux/x!
>>From: Louis Wevers [SMTP:email@example.com]
>>Sent: Tuesday, November 12, 2002 11:49 AM
>>I happend to run into a VTX-2000 X terminal. It seems fully operational,
>>but I seem to be missing some image it wants to load over the network on
>>startup. Does anybody around here know how to get it working?