More strange finds

From: Megan <>
Date: Wed Mar 31 00:06:53 1999

>Thanks for the info on the "Toaster", I'll fit a fuse into it and see if
>I can fire it up, it looks fairly clean so it should be ok. I might go
>back and see if the rest of the VSV11 is still around, there was a lot of
>DEC gear hanging around, mainly terminals.

Please pardon me if this is incredibly obvious, but I just wanted to
point out that to use the VSV11, you need a qbus-11 in a backplane
with sufficient Q/CD slots to handle it. A BA23 is not sufficient, nor
is a BA123. You'll need a BA200 series or H9642 to make it work (or a
BA11-N with the proper backplane -- H9275?)

                                        Megan Gentry
                                        Former RT-11 Developer

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