Subject: Re: Your herd.
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Burkhard Hennig <email@example.com>
Date: 06/03/1998 08:48:59
Varga Akos Endre wrote:
> Hm, I don't know about that machine, but I don't think that the romanian
> engineers were able to shrink that big beast... Believe me ;) but
All countries in east-europe (commicon or so), inclusive east-germany (i
mean befor 1989) where be able to produce derivate of pdp and vax! And
some of theme did it, czechian SM52/12 (780), east-germany K1840 (780,
in big letters it says in the papers, that east-germany has 32-bit at
11.5.87, in german: Vorstosz zur internationalen Spitze-Robotron
produziert 32-Bit-Rechner (ROTFL)). I will say, why should romanian
engineer not be able??? Are they bad engineers?
I have some pictures...
> again, who knows... I only know that in Hungary they've produced 11/780
> clones from ECL/Schottky components 'til around 1988. I have the technical
> manuals (with board layouts, logical scheme, etc) for that machine ;) and
> in fact I was offered such a machine in an AsMP configuration, but I don't
> have room for it yet...
> I put some info about those machines on the net:
> but it's not much (yet!).
Funnyli enough are the box all over the world the same, i mean the metal