"Toy" computers http://www.conmicro.cx/hercules

From: James B. DiGriz <jbdigriz_at_dragonsweb.org>
Date: Mon Apr 29 16:10:26 2002

Allison wrote:
> From: Christopher Smith <csmith_at_amdocs.com>
>>I suppose such a product would be good if you need it. It could do
>>better than to run NT. Maybe they should "port CP/M" to the mainframe.
> It has been done. At one time you could get "cp/m processor" cards for VAX,
> PDP-11 and several other machines. Most had several Z80s for multiple
> users.
> Allison

That tangentially reminds me of something I've been meaning to ask you,
Allison. At one time you mentioned an S-100 9900 CPU you had, made by
Technico, I believe, and a modified 99/4A console you had that also ran
the software for it.

I have an 4A AT keyboard IF with provision for 64K of 16-bit RAM and
modified system ROMS on the way, and wondered if that software was
available anywhere to play around with.

Received on Mon Apr 29 2002 - 16:10:26 BST

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