From: Marvin Johnston <marvin_at_rain.org>
Date: Tue Oct 5 11:59:48 2004

IIRC, PC-MOS consisted of more than just the software. One of the
hardware cards was basically a multi-serial port card, and I don't
remember the other one. One of my clients was running PC-MOS, and they
were commenting on how slow it was (running on an original 6 MHz IBM AT
that I currently have) with only one workstation connected (circa 1986).
One night, I went in and ran a disk defrag program, and the next day,
the comments had changed to how quickly this was running :).

> No, I wasn't looking for it. I found a copy and was asking what it was.
> Someone did want it and asked for it so I gave it to them. IIRC It was
> someone in Australia. I wonder if this is the copy that I sent them?
> Joe
> At 11:28 PM 10/3/04 -0500, you wrote:
> >I remember someone was looking for a copy of this once. Here is a boxed
> >original with all docs, etc.
> >
> >http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=4619&item=5128471513
> &rd=1
> >
> >Jay West
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