Subject: Re: NetBSD/pdp10 ?
To: None <port-vax@NetBSD.ORG>
From: John Wilson <>
List: port-vax
Date: 03/05/2002 13:03:13
>From: Julius Sridhar <>

>> There is/was a company in California that builds systems using modern parts
>> that runs PDP 10 software.
>I've heard of them, but I forget what they're called.  I want a real
>PDP-10, though.

I forget where Foonly was...  Systems Concepts was in CA, but they moved to
Reno NV and renamed themselves "SC Group" (I think the other name was taken
in NV).  Dunno if they're still making their SC40.

The most recent one to make a splash was the TOAD-1 from XKL, which is in
Redmond WA.  They stopped selling them a few years ago (they were really
pricey anyway, by hobbyist standards, a bargain compared to a new KL10
though), but I wonder if we can surmise from Lars's GCC work that they're
getting back into the PDP-10 business?  I hope the recent flood of emulator
releases doesn't gum things up for them, they're a cool bunch of guys.

John Wilson
D Bit