PDP 11 Victory!

From: Vintage Computer Festival <vcf_at_siconic.com>
Date: Sun Feb 13 10:23:59 2005

On Sun, 13 Feb 2005, Ethan Dicks wrote:

> > Howard Harte hooked me up with a CD with everything I needed on it. I had
> > the TU58 simulator plus a bunch of boot images to choose from. I used
> > John Wilson's *EXCELLENT* PUTR utility and found the right boot image
> > (with DY and DD drivers, plus PIP, etc.)
> Which TU58 simulator is this? Does it have its own web page?


Back up a directory for more goodness (including the ZIP and
self-extracting ARC files that have the emulator stuff).

Thanks for the info on the RK drives. They sound more challenging than I
imagined :)

> - Get my 11/34 up and running which has RK05 and RK05F drives in the rack
> and is otherwise a very complete system with 16 serial ports (PDP-11
> hacking party anyone? ;)
> What OS? For multi-user, it would probably want to be 2.9BSD (but memory
> would be tight), or some flavor of RSTS (keeping in mind memory issues
> there, too). I suppose one could fire up an EduSystem and run BASIC on
> the terminals...

Getting NetBSD onto it would be cool. Maybe at some point I can have
different RK packs with various operating systems on them.

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