Quasijarus 4.3BSD on 1600bpi magtape

From: John Willis <jwillis_at_arielusa.com>
Date: Wed Jan 22 18:46:01 2003

Sounds great. Let me know what you find out!
John "VAX Pirate" Willis

        -----Original Message-----
        From: Kelly Leavitt
        Sent: Wed 1/22/2003 4:03 PM
        To: 'cctalk_at_classiccmp.org'
        Subject: RE: Quasijarus 4.3BSD on 1600bpi magtape

        Depending on where you would need it shipped, I'd try making one
for you. I
        couldn't find the FTP site, but if given the file specifics,
I've got a T1
        available for the download too.
        MS: Where can I find the instructions and content? I'll read
them over and
        see if my tape drive will do what is needed. It is pretty
versitile. I use
        it to read and convert tapes from all kinds of systems.
        -----Original Message-----
        From: msokolov_at_ivan.harhan.org [mailto:msokolov_at_ivan.harhan.org]
        Sent: Wednesday, January 22, 2003 1:41 AM
        To: cctalk_at_classiccmp.org
        Subject: Re: Quasijarus 4.3BSD on 1600bpi magtape
        jwillis_at_dahmer.vistech.net wrote:
> Does anyone know of a source for Quasijarus 4.3BSD on 1600bpi
        Anyone with a 9-track tape unit (I'm sure there are plenty such
people on
        list) should be able to write you a set of tapes from the images
on my FTP
        site. There is even a FORMAT.1600 file there telling you what to
put on
        tape and in which order.
        A friend of mine is holding a working TU81 for me and while I
would love to
        it operational, I don't feel like bringing it into this
        since I may have to move again in 6 months...

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