Just wow. Congrats Josh.
> On Jan 19, 2019, at 9:09 PM, Scott Kevill via cctalk
> Josh didn't mention this, and I didn't see it linked on the GitHub repo, but
> he's also written a fantastic intro article about it here:
Josh didn't mention this, and I didn't see it linked on the GitHub repo, but
he's also written a fantastic intro article about it here:
Covers some of the Xerox Star's history, challenges of the
This is not quite last call, but it is getting close ...
We have 16 exhibits so far and we need a few more to make the show work.
(20 would be nice, 25 would be ideal.) The event is March 23-24th in
Seattle. Soon I'm going to start working on the exhibit floor plan, set
the event schedule, and
On 1/14/19 11:20 AM, Electronics Plus via cctalk wrote:
> The 2 sheds will be sorted next Saturday morning, early, in Katy, TX.
Did this end up happening?
I've not seen any postings or updates.
> On Jan 19, 2019, at 4:17 PM, Fritz Mueller via cctalk
> Looking into the parity issue some last night has raised a few questions:
> - There is a lot of inconsistent and incomplete information in the
> documentation about memory CSRs. They appear to come in different
> On Jan 19, 2019, at 1:57 PM, Warner Losh via cctalk
> I'm trying to find a way to get my DEC Rainbow's monochrome output onto a
> newer monitor than my aging VR201 (especially since I zapped something in
> it and my diagnostic efforts to date haven't fixed it).
Happy weekend, all! Latest updates on this issue:
Identified and replaced a faulty 4116 DRAM (E204) on my MS11-L. After this, my
small hand-rolled standalone diagnostic passes the full 256K. I'll post my
diagnostic source over on my blog soon.
After this repair, tried MAINDEC ZQMC, called
I'm trying to find a way to get my DEC Rainbow's monochrome output onto a
newer monitor than my aging VR201 (especially since I zapped something in
it and my diagnostic efforts to date haven't fixed it).
So, I found the bit in the Rainbow docs that said the output was DC Coupled
On 01/19/2019 03:57 AM, Mattis Lind via cctalk wrote:
All my pens were obviously dry. Refurbish a pen seems to be impossible.
Well, leaving them in alcohol for a few days seems to slowly
seep in and soften the dried ink.
Most have hair-thin wires that run down through the pen
On 2019-01-19 04:57, Mattis Lind via cctalk wrote:
> So I concluded that the best option is to make a new pen holder plunger
> which could take standard ball point refill. The Pilot BRFV-10M seemed to
> be very common refill and would probably work well if I had another pen
> holder. I asked
It has been almost two years since I visited this topic. But just before
christmas i got around doing something about it.
I interfaced it to the PDP-11/05 using an XY11 board. It seems to be very
little information on the XY11 board saved. At least I didn't find
anything. But the board is a quite
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