Re: Old Honeywell uPAC parts looking for a new home

2017-03-12 Thread william degnan via cctalk
Todd, I am piecing together a DDP-516, I believe that some of these *may* apply, but more likely they'd go with newer system, Are there any silk screened date codes? I'd have to look the parts up, see if I have the docs on hand. Please advise if they're still available. On Sun, Mar 12, 2017 at

Re: Aquired PDP 11/23

2017-03-12 Thread allison via cctalk
On 03/12/2017 04:56 PM, Systems Glitch via cctech wrote: >> Are dectape II tapes expensive? > TU58? They're hard to come by, but the good news is you can *emulate* them > with a PC and a serial port (or USB adapter). That's how I run XXDP on most > of my systems, and pretty much all of the

Re: Old Honeywell uPAC parts looking for a new home

2017-03-12 Thread Todd Pisek via cctalk
The uPAC modules have been claimed.

RE: AIX documentation

2017-03-12 Thread Sam O'nella via cctalk
As others said, we're not lawyers so ymmv but I would take it as the same as selling a used cd, dvd, software or books. The usual law is we can't copy it. So scanning it, if that company or company's intellectual property is still in existence they might care. But selling originals is usually

Re: AIX documentation

2017-03-12 Thread jim stephens via cctalk
On 3/12/2017 3:15 PM, Electronics Plus via cctalk wrote: I have a number of binders that have pretty thorough AIX documentation, but the trouble is, there are from security classes that were taught by private companies. Am I legally allowed to resell these? Cindy Croxton The thread went

Re: AIX documentation

2017-03-12 Thread Warner Losh via cctalk
On Sun, Mar 12, 2017 at 8:07 PM, Fred Cisin via cctalk wrote: > AIX documentation, but the trouble is, there are from security classes > that were taught by private companies. Am I legally allowed to resell > these? >>> >>> While not a COPYRIGHT issue, it is

Re: Looking to re-home some NeXT hardware

2017-03-12 Thread Ed via cctalk
OK anyone else have a cube out there that is cosmetically decent? does not need to be internally complete? Ours is a bit of a beater for the display thanks Ed Sharpe archivist for smecc In a message dated 3/12/2017 7:18:42 P.M. US Mountain Standard Time,

Re: Looking to re-home some NeXT hardware

2017-03-12 Thread Santo Nucifora via cctalk
On Sun, Mar 12, 2017 at 10:13 PM, wrote: > ok can you spare the cube? > Ed# www.smecc.org > > No. As I noted, I haven't even booted it up yet to try it. I will be keeping that, one of the mono NeXTstations (the one for parts ) and passing on a NeXTstation to a fellow

Re: Looking to re-home some NeXT hardware

2017-03-12 Thread Ed via cctalk
ok can you spare the cube? Ed# _www.smecc.org_ (http://www.smecc.org) In a message dated 3/12/2017 7:12:11 P.M. US Mountain Standard Time, cctalk@classiccmp.org writes: Thanks to Chris, I have given the equipment a new home. Pics have been taken of the two NeXT Cube boards in question

Re: Looking to re-home some NeXT hardware

2017-03-12 Thread Santo Nucifora via cctalk
Thanks to Chris, I have given the equipment a new home. Pics have been taken of the two NeXT Cube boards in question and pics of the motherboard, for good measure. I've made a post on the NeXT computer forum here for those who may be interested:

Re: AIX documentation

2017-03-12 Thread Fred Cisin via cctalk
AIX documentation, but the trouble is, there are from security classes that were taught by private companies. Am I legally allowed to resell these? While not a COPYRIGHT issue, it is possible, and not unlikely, that they were considered to be part of the course work, and that those taking the

Re: AIX documentation

2017-03-12 Thread Warner Losh via cctalk
On Sun, Mar 12, 2017 at 5:40 PM, Fred Cisin via cctalk wrote: >>> I have a number of binders that have pretty thorough AIX documentation, >>> but >>> the trouble is, there are from security classes that were taught by >>> private >>> companies. Am I legally allowed to

Re: AIX documentation

2017-03-12 Thread Fred Cisin via cctalk
I have a number of binders that have pretty thorough AIX documentation, but the trouble is, there are from security classes that were taught by private companies. Am I legally allowed to resell these? On Sun, 12 Mar 2017, jim stephens via cctalk wrote: i wouldn't see why not. You aren't NDA'd

Re: AIX documentation

2017-03-12 Thread jim stephens via cctalk
i wouldn't see why not. You aren't NDA'd on anything, and if they are not government issue you own them. IANAL of course. On 3/12/2017 3:15 PM, Electronics Plus via cctalk wrote: I have a number of binders that have pretty thorough AIX documentation, but the trouble is, there are from

AIX documentation

2017-03-12 Thread Electronics Plus via cctalk
I have a number of binders that have pretty thorough AIX documentation, but the trouble is, there are from security classes that were taught by private companies. Am I legally allowed to resell these? Cindy Croxton

HP 21MX (2105) needs good home

2017-03-12 Thread Todd Pisek via cctalk
I am downsizing and have an HP 2105 available. It’s been stored well, but I cannot vouch as to its operability. I do not know off hand how much memory it has. It is located in Saint Paul, MN. Regards, Todd Pisek

Old Honeywell uPAC parts looking for a new home

2017-03-12 Thread Todd Pisek via cctalk
Greetings, While downsizing, I found some Honeywell uPAC cards. There’ about 2 dozen of them. They consist of the following: od335 cc901 cc606 cc607 sr335 fa320 dj335 dk320 Physically they are in excellent shape; electrically is anybody’s guess. I’m willing to ship them to whomever wants

Re: Aquired PDP 11/23

2017-03-12 Thread Systems Glitch via cctalk
> Are dectape II tapes expensive? TU58? They're hard to come by, but the good news is you can *emulate* them with a PC and a serial port (or USB adapter). That's how I run XXDP on most of my systems, and pretty much all of the systems I check out for people. You've got a DLV11-J in there so

Re: help needed installing USB to Serial Cable for ADTPro

2017-03-12 Thread Joe Giliberti via cctalk
The bootstrapping option is grayed out in ADT so I can't do that. I don't have access to my usual tools for the next few days, so I can't loop the pins On Sun, Mar 12, 2017 at 5:28 AM, Adrian Graham via cctalk wrote: > On 12/03/2017 01:52, "Joe Giliberti via cctalk"

Re: Aquired PDP 11/23

2017-03-12 Thread Pete Turnbull via cctalk
On 12/03/2017 17:24, Noel Chiappa via cctalk wrote: > From: Devin Davison > This past week I managed to pick up a pdp 11/23. Nice system; the CPU has the MMU and FPP And it's a Rev.D (you can tell from the jumper layout), so full 22-bit. you've got what's probably a 256KB memory

Re: server up

2017-03-12 Thread Adrian Graham via cctalk
On 12/03/2017 07:10, "Jay West via cctalk" wrote: > The server seems to be alive at the new IP, mail flowing, websites up.. > > > > Still checking a few things, but appears complete. Nice one Jay! -- Adrian/Witchy Binary Dinosaurs creator/curator

Re: Aquired PDP 11/23

2017-03-12 Thread devin davison via cctalk
The thing on the top has to do with the tape drives, i think it is the controller. the drives plug into it, and from there it wires into a serial port, at least as far as i can tell. Much appriciated on the offer to trade for the memory board. It has been slow going with my 11/34, if i can get

Aquired PDP 11/23

2017-03-12 Thread devin davison via cctalk
This past week I managed to pick up a pdp 11/23. Excited to finally have a qbus system, it is quite small compared to my 11/34. Attached are some pictures showing what i picked up. I am in the process of stress testing the power supply before turning it on. The whole machine was quite dirty and

server up

2017-03-12 Thread Jay West via cctalk
The server seems to be alive at the new IP, mail flowing, websites up.. Still checking a few things, but appears complete. J

Re: Tektronix Terminal Emulation

2017-03-12 Thread Warner Losh via cctalk
On Sat, Mar 11, 2017 at 6:10 PM, Mouse via cctalk wrote: >> I'm not sure about the MicroVax II but on some other VAX and Alpha >> machines, the console port may be less capable than ordinary terminal >> ports in the way of buffering, flow control, 8 bit support and so on. >

Did anyone on the list get these Displaywriter boards?

2017-03-12 Thread Al Kossow via cctalk
forgot to set a snipe on them http://www.ebay.com/itm/Lot-of-Vintage-Circuit-Boards-1970s-INTEL-/142304100248 http://www.ebay.com/itm/Lot-of-VINTAGE-Computer-Circuit-Boards-IBM-/142304122673 there were several boards in there I had never seen before

Re: help needed installing USB to Serial Cable for ADTPro

2017-03-12 Thread Joe Giliberti via cctalk
All right, ADT apparently thinks that it's connected all the time, even when the cable is disconnected from the //c. I will continue troubleshooting tomorrow. Goodnight! On Sat, Mar 11, 2017 at 9:40 PM, Joe Giliberti wrote: > Any attempt to connect to view, send or receive

Re: DEC DW11 information?

2017-03-12 Thread Josh Dersch via cctalk
On 3/2/17 10:26 PM, Josh Dersch wrote: On 2/27/17 10:02 PM, Tony Duell via cctalk wrote: >From memory it handles 18 bit addressing (not 22, of course), interrupts and NPR (DMA). The Unibus side (quad card) goes in any SPC slot, you have to remove the NPG jumper. It links with a pair of 40

Re: I hate the new mail system

2017-03-12 Thread Holm Tiffe via cctalk
Mouse via cctalk wrote: [..] > law). I simply consider it antisocial and uncivilized, and am not > interested in accepting mail from any domain within its bailiwick. ...what you call social and civilized it seems... Regards, Holm -- Technik Service u. Handel Tiffe, www.tsht.de, Holm

Re: Aquired PDP 11/23

2017-03-12 Thread Noel Chiappa via cctalk
> From: Devin Davison > This past week I managed to pick up a pdp 11/23. Nice system; the CPU has the MMU and FPP, you've got what's probably a 256KB memory card (an NS23M - documentation is available - depending on the chips, it can be 64KB or 256KB - if the former, let me know, I'll

Re: help needed installing USB to Serial Cable for ADTPro

2017-03-12 Thread Mike Whalen via cctalk
Are you getting host timeout when you attempt to list a directory? On Sat, Mar 11, 2017 at 7:53 PM Joe Giliberti wrote: > Not great news :( > The computer recognized the serial port on COM5 and ADTPro says that > it is connected. I am using the null modem cable from

RE: Logic Analyser Advice

2017-03-12 Thread Rob Jarratt via cctalk
> -Original Message- > From: cctalk [mailto:cctalk-boun...@classiccmp.org] On Behalf Of William > Maddox > Sent: 10 September 2016 02:41 > To: General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts ; > r...@jarratt.me.uk > Subject: Re: Logic Analyser Advice > > On the

Re: New HP42s clone almost available

2017-03-12 Thread David Griffith via cctalk
On March 10, 2017 8:59:15 AM PST, Kyle Owen via cctalk wrote: >That looks quite nice. I wonder what the buttons actually feel like; >that >seems to be one thing that HP has been generally unable to recreate >since >the 42s and 48GX. > >Despite keeping my 49g+ in its

Re: help needed installing USB to Serial Cable for ADTPro

2017-03-12 Thread Joe Giliberti via cctalk
Any attempt to connect to view, send or receive results in a host timeout On Mar 11, 2017 9:15 PM, "Mike Whalen" wrote: > Are you getting host timeout when you attempt to list a directory? > > > On Sat, Mar 11, 2017 at 7:53 PM Joe Giliberti >

Re: Tektronix Terminal Emulation

2017-03-12 Thread Jon Elson via cctalk
On 03/11/2017 07:19 PM, Douglas Taylor via cctalk wrote: On 3/11/2017 4:11 PM, Peter Coghlan via cctalk wrote: I can't run DecWindows on a MicroVax II with 11MB of memory, so I loaded the basic support files for DecWindows. Are you sure? I can run the old XUI DecWindows on VMS 5.5-2 (the

Re: help needed installing USB to Serial Cable for ADTPro

2017-03-12 Thread Adrian Graham via cctalk
On 12/03/2017 01:52, "Joe Giliberti via cctalk" wrote: > Not great news :( > The computer recognized the serial port on COM5 and ADTPro says that > it is connected. I am using the null modem cable from RetroFloppy for > the //c and the Radioshack cable with the Prolific

Re: Aquired PDP 11/23

2017-03-12 Thread Noel Chiappa via cctalk
> From: Devin Davison > This past week I managed to pick up a pdp 11/23. Nice system; the CPU has the MMU and FPP, you've got what's probably a 256KB memory card (an NS23M - documentation is available - depending on the chips, it can be 64KB or 256KB - if the former, let me know, I'll