What was I running and can it be emulated?

From: Tom Peters <tpeters_at_mixcom.com>
Date: Thu Sep 9 21:11:12 2004

Hello Al. Shoulda known you'd turn up here.
-Tom Peters (Don's friend)

At 03:20 PM 9/9/2004 -0700, you wrote:

>I think it had Algol and Fortran and Assembly Language as it's
>It was probably either DOS-M or an early RTE
>A lot of work has been done recently getting these OSes
>running in SIMH, so it should be possible. I don't know
>if Bob has put bootable disc images up for them yet, though.
>I have all of the manuals scanned, but not on line yet for
>these two systems.

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