RT-11/RSX-11/RSTS freeware CD-ROM

From: Megan <mbg_at_world.std.com>
Date: Thu Jul 29 07:13:54 1999

>speaking of that, how does the rrd40 connect? Not via rqdx3, surely....

There seem to be two flavors of RRD40 (or maybe one has a different
designation). The earlier one connects via its own special controller
which looks like an MSCP device. It has one ribbon cable connecter, and
the cable usually runs to a breakaout panel with two connectors (A and
B). The other style is indeed a SCSI disk, with the typical centronics
type connectors on the back.

I have both types... the SCSI one I have on one of my DS5000/200s, and
the MSCP one I will (now) be installing on one of my 11/83s.

                                        Megan Gentry
                                        Former RT-11 Developer

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