From: James B. DiGriz <jbdigriz_at_dragonsweb.org>
Date: Mon Mar 11 18:18:40 2002

Merle K. Peirce wrote:
> I am not sure, but I believe it is. We were give 911 and 924 terminals.
> On Mon, 11 Mar 2002, Eric Dittman wrote:
>>>I saw one box of software that supposedly allowed interconnections with
>>>ordinary PC's. I also saw some materials that suggested there was a SCSI
>>>bus on at least one machine. One was running, the ogher considered a
>>>parts source. there was some sort of SMD type drive, but it had had a
>>>head crash and wasn't in use.
>>I used to work on a 990. Isn't the PC software a TI914
>>emulator with file transfer capabilities?
>>Eric Dittman
>>Check out the DEC Enthusiasts Club at http://www.dittman.net/
> M. K. Peirce
> Rhode Island Computer Museum, Inc.
> Shady Lea, Rhode Island
> "Casta est quam nemo rogavit."
> - Ovid

It may be EM924, then, referenced in many termcap files. I've been
looking for a copy for several years with no luck.

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