Subject: Re: Your herd.
To: None <port-vax@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Huw Davies <H.Davies@latrobe.edu.au>
Date: 06/03/1998 17:20:06
At 11:01 AM 02-06-98 -0400, Allison J Parent wrote:
>My standard of reference is a pile of sysems all running... I have a
>few retirees in storage like an Altair8800.
I could easily get jealous here.
>Active system list:
>PDP-8 and friends
>DECMATE-III (6120 chip=PDP-8) running OS/278 For PDP-8 work, PALIII asm.
I have a DECmate-II and two DECmate-IIIs in store waiting for time to get
them going. At least the -8A ran last time it was turned on.
>Pro350 (pdp11) (Venix)
Three each of -350s and -380s waiting for time...
>PDP11/23 (BA11/VA) RT-11 in a shoebox
>PDP-11/23B (ba11n) Various disks (RT-11) (PDP-11 work asm, DECUS C)
>PDP11/73 (ba11/s) various disks (RT-11, RSTS, unix V7)
Only an 11/83 in a BA213 case running RT-11.
A uVAX-II in a BA123 (formally a console for an 8800) and a 3600. These
will be "upgraded" to BSD real soon now (just waiting for me to find the
time - there's a theme here...)
Just an XL366 and XL300 for doing real work.
>CP/M machines(all z80 or z80 derived):
>SB180 (Z180) SBC 20mb SCSI (CPM)
Lust after this.
>Epson PX-8 laptop CPM, real portable, runs 12-16 hours on battery.
But not as much as the Epson.
I won't mention the SGI crimson that I use as an X terminal and for
debugging SCSI problems :-)
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