OSI repository (was Re: Ohio Scientific Challenger 4P/MF)

From: Ethan Dicks <dickset_at_amanda.spole.gov>
Date: Sun Aug 1 18:26:02 2004

On Sun, Aug 01, 2004 at 03:24:48PM -0700, Dave wrote:
> Hi Jeff,
> I have just put up a crude web repository with the
> OSI stuff I've managed to scan or cull from the web.
> A couple of versions of the C4P user's manual are
> there.

I used to have a C4P/MF manual, but I couldn't find it
when I gave my board to Hans Franke. :-(

Out of curiousity, are there any OSI emulators out there?
I've mentioned it before, but when I was a kid, one of
my mother's friends had a CIII (8" floppies, 3 processors,
6502, Z80 and 8080?) As a result of playing with it in
the late 1970s, I've always had something of a nostalgic
attachment - not strong enough to pay real $$$ to aquire
one, but I'd love to dabble for a bit.

Strangely enough, though, growing up in Ohio, OSI machines
weren't that common. You'd think they might be, but I only
ever knew two people who had one (the CIII, and one Superboard).


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