Tips/leads for Nat Semi 32k system(s)?

From: Sellam Ismail <>
Date: Thu Aug 1 23:57:00 2002

On Thu, 1 Aug 2002 wrote:

> Anybody have a suggestion for locating some kind of system based
> on the Nat Semi 32k family? At this stage the only preference I'd
> state is that it be a vaguely "open" platform (e.g. CompuPro's old
> 32016 S-100 board - I'd love a system built around one of these)
> or run some flavor of Unix (a la Nat Semi's Genix boxes or the
> Tektronix workstations).

I have a Godbout 32032 board and I think also a 32016 or something like
that. While I am not interested in selling it, I would let you borrow it
for an extended period of time. If you don't have an S-100 chassis to
stuff it in, I could provide you with one as well, but shipping to Mass.
would be steep.

Of course, I'd have to go digging for it, but I have a reasonable idea of
where it might be. At least I know what box it's in, but I'd have to go
digging for that box :)

I could swear I have something else that's 32032-based but it escapes me
at the moment.

Sellam Ismail Vintage Computer Festival
International Man of Intrigue and Danger

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