Find of the day

From: Christian Fandt <>
Date: Fri Sep 17 16:36:37 1999

Upon the date 03:05 PM 9/17/99 -0600, Richard Erlacher said something like:
>Yesterday or the day before, I posted that I had found a number of Intel
>ISIS-II, iAPX, and iRMX-86 manuals. Is there a website where these could be
>made available to whoever wants access?
>Likewise, I posted that I have about 20 diskettes in a case (not yet
>examined in detail) clearly marked iAPX Sources. Before I send these off to
>one fellow who wants them, perhaps they should be made available to the
>public at large. I'd be willing to send them to an appropriate web site if
>someone will recommend one.

Hi Dick,

There are members on here, like myself, who are into the VME- and
Multibus-based industrial/embedded systems. I have several Multibus-I
boards and a couple of crates that I want to someday get running. iRMX-80
and -86 would indeed be of use in my attempts at this and any help such as
you're offering will be appreciated. Docs are just as important too.

Thanks much! --Chris
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Christian Fandt, Electronic/Electrical Historian
Jamestown, NY USA
        Member of Antique Wireless Association
Received on Fri Sep 17 1999 - 16:36:37 BST

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