TI MicroExplorer Help/Info/Folklore Wanted

From: William von Hagen <vonhagen_at_vonhagen.org>
Date: Sat Jul 15 14:10:15 2000

Unfortunately not. The MicroExplorer board is a TI Explorer LISP machine on
a board, which presumably plugs into a Mac II NuBus motherboard ala the
Symbolics MacIvory. Thanks for the offer - BTW, I still owe you some stuff
which I swear I'll be sending soon.


At 10:49 AM 7/15/00 -0500, Joe wrote:
> Is that the TI system that has a bunch of modules that plug together? If
>so, I have the software book that goes with it. The name of it is "Software
>Design for MicroProcessors" by TI. I also have the brochure for the system
>along with the packing slip and misc papers from when someone ordered the
>book (only) from TI. Modules for the system were: LCM-1001 Microprogrammer
>Module, LCM-1002 Controller Module, LCM-1003 Memory Module and LCM-1004
>Input/Output Module. There were also manuals for each module but I don't
>have them.
> Joe
>At 02:42 AM 7/15/00 -0400, you wrote:
> >To complement my lovely new Symbolics/MacIvory system, I recently picked up
> >a TI MicroExplorer board set. I didn't even know that TI made these! I'd
> >appreciate hearing from anyone who has software, docs, or even just
> >reminiscences about this board. I have several "real" Exploders running,
> >but would love to reduce the BTUs coming from my computer collection by
> >being able to run a MicroExploder.
> >
> >Also, as always, I'd love to hear from anyone with docs, software, or
> >memories of any other Lisp Machine. (Tony, please spare me a discussion of
> >whether a MicroExploder board counts as a LispM ;-)
> >
> >Thanks,
> >
> > Bill
> >
> >
Received on Sat Jul 15 2000 - 14:10:15 BST

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