Re: Classic equipment available & my bad year.

2019-11-08 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Fri, Nov 08, 2019 at 05:27:27PM -0500, Bill Degnan via cctalk wrote: > I am glad you are recovering my well wishes to you from me and my family. Hear, hear. mcl

Re: Estate sale

2019-10-29 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
Any hints about where in the world this is? mcl

Re: Unix v2 in PDP-7 assembly language

2019-10-18 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Fri, Oct 18, 2019 at 03:41:51PM -0600, ben via cctalk wrote: > where as back then you made notes and paper printouts of your code > that got archived in a back room. Until the University decided to throw it all out to use the space for their new Department of Basket Weaving. fwiw, at one time

Re: Unix v2 in PDP-7 assembly language

2019-10-18 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Fri, Oct 18, 2019 at 02:56:36PM -0700, Al Kossow via cctalk wrote: > fsck off While we appreciate your efforts, you're only one guy, and I think you would have to agree that bits are vanishing faster than any one person can keep up. mcl

Re: IBM MST extender cards

2019-10-11 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Fri, Oct 11, 2019 at 09:58:58AM -0500, Jon Elson via cctalk wrote: > Oh, and by the way, that is an UNWRAPPING tool in the picture, not a > wire-wrap tool. (I have both.) The one I have has wrap on one end, unwrap on the other end, and a stripper in the middle. mcl

Re: IBM MST extender cards

2019-10-10 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Fri, Oct 11, 2019 at 03:17:38PM +1000, Steve Malikoff via cctalk wrote: > But I do still have the tool bag identical to the one in the foreground, > in the same russet brown colour but the zipper canvas has dry rotted. Oh wow, what a great resource page :-) What I kind of meant to imply was

Re: IBM MST extender cards

2019-10-10 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Fri, Oct 11, 2019 at 10:16:34AM +1000, Steve Malikoff via cctalk wrote: > That wire wrap tool is identical to one my dad had in his CE toolkit I ... should take it from this that people don't just *own* these anymore? This was an "essntial device" in my younger engineering days. Sigh. Yes,

Re: Nuke Redmond!

2019-10-06 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Mon, Oct 07, 2019 at 05:24:23AM +, null via cctalk wrote: > This list is really going down the tubes. ITYM "Integrated Circuits". Tubes is before the time of most of the folks on this list, I think. (ok folks, it's a joke ...) mcl

Re: Vintage Computer Warehouse Liquidation

2019-09-25 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Wed, Sep 25, 2019 at 06:43:43AM -0500, Jules Richardson via cctalk wrote: > Thanks for the clarification - they're not too far Not too far??? I take it you've never driven Interstate 45 :-) What it lacks in miles it makes up in aggressive driving ... mcl

Re: Update: Received my 50lb Datapoint 2200 computer from Austria via regular post.

2019-09-23 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Mon, Sep 23, 2019 at 09:36:20PM +, steven stengel via cctalk wrote: > First, I have to rewire it from 220vac to 110vac. I bought one of the 110-220 converters off ePay ("Superite"). It has performed well for me for several years. (IBM Power5s *really* want 220 if you have both power

Re: analog computer - texas

2019-09-20 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
I'm local. OTOH I have $ problems right now so I can't promise to go over there, pick up stuff, and pack and ship it for free. I do have a bid in on the biological sample cases. (OK, it's a joke, but I do have one in on a rack) mcl

Re: Identification of an HP minicomputer

2019-08-15 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Thu, Aug 15, 2019 at 02:27:16PM -0700, Guy Sotomayor Jr via cctalk wrote: > Between work and preparing for potential fire evacuations (they're > expecting ~300 wild fires in my area this fire season: we've only had > about 6 so far so I expect *a lot* more soon) Yikes! Please stay safe. mcl

Re: Alphaservers for free in Athabasca, Alberta

2019-08-05 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Mon, Aug 05, 2019 at 10:39:01AM -0600, Richard Loken via cctalk wrote: > Athabasca, Alberta is about 1.000km North of the US Montana border > and 10,000km from nowhere And 2,248 miles from my house, according to Google Maps :-) I'll bet it would be a pretty road trip but I think I'll have to

Re: Computer Reset shop, liquidation. (USA)

2019-07-17 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Wed, Jul 17, 2019 at 11:12:22AM -0500, John Foust via cctalk wrote: > So, to deal with my own hoarding / collecting, I'll strive to make > a list of stuff I haven't touched in 10, 20, 30 years, and I'll > post here to see if anyone is interested. Same here -- but life keeps getting in the

Re: cctalk Digest, Vol 58, Issue 9

2019-07-09 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
> On Jul 9, 2019, at 10:00 AM,Tomasz Rola wrote: > BTW, you would like a ride to the past? I would like a ride to the > future. Although from what I have seen so far, maybe not... I absolutely believe in the future of 2505 as shown to us by Mike Judge. Please let me stay in this century.

Re: Wtd: advice upcoming visit to Bletchley Park / comp museum

2019-07-07 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Sat, Jul 06, 2019 at 02:06:12PM +0200, Peter Corlett via cctech wrote: > they've closed the West London Line this weekend, ostensibly for > maintenance, but possibly just spite. Thanks. I needed a laugh today. mcl

Re: Identifying some boards

2019-06-28 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Fri, Jun 28, 2019 at 01:09:08PM -0400, Bill Degnan via cctalk wrote: > This class machine (for example) > http://vintagecomputer.net/Tricord/ Heh. That's a name I hadn't heard in a while. Your Tricord system was probably designed by a guy named Rick Nicholson who I later worked with. mcl

Re: OT: the end of Dyn DNS

2019-06-27 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Wed, Jun 26, 2019 at 10:54:58PM -0700, Ali via cctalk wrote: > As I understand it DynDNS is still being offered as a service. Is it > because there is no longer a free option? There has not been a free option for seveal years. I switched to the paid version. But now it seems that having been

Re: OT: the end of Dyn DNS

2019-06-26 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Wed, Jun 26, 2019 at 09:36:30PM -0400, Charles Dickman via cctalk wrote: > Now that Dyn has been absorbed by Oracle I need a new DNS service for my > vanity domain. I welcome suggestions for a replacement provider. I was just investigating free alternatives myself earlier today. (I have not

Re: PDP 11/15

2019-06-19 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Wed, Jun 19, 2019 at 03:01:50PM -0400, Jacob Ritorto via cctalk wrote: > You know, one of the reasons I'm still on here is for the anecdotes Agreed! mcl

Re: Pleas ID this IBM system....

2019-05-21 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Tue, May 21, 2019 at 09:52:19AM -0600, Grant Taylor via cctech wrote: > I think Google and their YAWNs Definition, please? Wikipedia and Urban Dictionary are no help. A Google search itself is nothing but false positives. mcl

Re: RCA Spectra 70 manuals on Ebay

2019-05-06 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Mon, May 06, 2019 at 09:28:03PM +0200, Mattis Lind via cctalk wrote: > Maybe of interest to someone? Oh cool! I remember it as being a neat industrial design. mcl

Re: Dallas drive

2019-05-03 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Fri, May 03, 2019 at 02:26:41PM -0500, Electronics Plus via cctalk wrote: > Original DEC things that have orange flippy switches-WARNING! Smells like > dead rats and rat poop. Nasty condition! Looks something like this > https://obsolescence.wixsite.com/obsolescence/pidp-11 I'd love to help

Re: Pleas ID this IBM system....

2019-04-06 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Sat, Apr 06, 2019 at 10:13:51AM -0400, William Donzelli via cctalk wrote: > And looking again, some of a System/370 pile (model 125)? I hope all of this equipment can be saved, even if only for display value. mcl

Re: Hewlett-Packard 3000, 9000, Itanium (HP-UX & MPE/iX) Servers, Storage Arrays

2019-01-23 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Wed, Jan 23, 2019 at 04:23:32PM -0800, Fred Cisin via cctalk wrote: > Although I would love to get an oversized cheap print reproduction > of it, and cut out the faces to make a carnival picture taking set > for Humane Society fund raisers. (few know that that idea of a > picture with cutouts

Re: Houston stash sorting this coming Saturday

2019-01-23 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Tue, Jan 22, 2019 at 12:45:14PM -0600, Electronics Plus via cctalk wrote: > Terminals included Harris, a huge Televideo, Check the "huge Televideo" for actually being a CP/M machine. I was involved with those for a while (sigh). mcl

Re: IBM in TX

2019-01-11 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Fri, Jan 11, 2019 at 11:49:33AM -0600, Electronics Plus via cctalk wrote: > https://drive.google.com/open?id=1xwq1JKaMPVXLXJwhocWf9qTogANG2iye That looks like a job for many, many, people. mcl

Re: Who is in Houston?

2019-01-11 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
I'm in Austin but am due for a road trip to Houston I suppose. If no one else in Houston can go check it out ... mcl

Re: Motorola M88K books & user manuals (looking for)

2019-01-01 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
Well as it turns out I have several boxes of databooks that I need to get catalogued and listed. (My decluttering task was supposed to be finished *last* year ...) Here we have: MC88100 RISC Microprocessor User's Manual MC88200 Cache/Memory Management Unit User's Manual Please pay shipping

Re: Modcomp aquired

2018-11-05 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Mon, Nov 05, 2018 at 05:48:22PM -0500, devin davison via cctalk wrote: > Soon to be picked up and brought home. Lots of documentation with it as > well. Christmas came early, eager to get it home and set up. Nice! mcl

Re: 2 huge warehouses full of old computers

2018-10-30 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Tue, Oct 30, 2018 at 02:04:53PM -0600, Warner Losh via cctalk wrote: > Yes, their business model is to sell a once common $10 part for $500 > because it's an exact replacement and the cost to warehouse it is dwarfed > by the huge profit margin... Before anyone scoffs, warehouse space is

Re: DG microNOVA in Cleveland on CL

2018-10-04 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Thu, Oct 04, 2018 at 03:37:59PM -0400, Bill Degnan via cctalk wrote: > oops sorry I mean I did not get it. dang, and I already had my samurai sword nearly sharpened. mcl

Re: Next 'stack' of computers to go, IBM p7's - not classics this time

2018-05-19 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Fri, May 18, 2018 at 11:42:52PM -0700, Pete Lancashire via cctalk wrote: > Last call is there any interest ? Would love to if you can change your mind on shipping? Austin, TX, is kind of a far drive. mcl

Re: 18 bit CPU; was: Speed now & then

2018-04-12 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Wed, Apr 11, 2018 at 11:45:07PM -0700, Chuck Guzis via cctalk wrote: > Looks pretty much like standard C until you get into the minutiae, such > as "A character constant is 1 to 4 characters" and page 4-4 "Data Types" > (9 bit characters and 36 bit ints and 18 bit short ints). > > So, it

Re: WeirdStuff going out of business

2018-04-06 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Thu, Apr 05, 2018 at 08:16:35PM -0700, Eric Korpela via cctalk wrote: > I'm not religious, but I consider this a sign of the apocalypse. Agreed. I am glad I am far out of driving distance. mcl

Re: Speed now & then (Space and time?)

2018-03-29 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Thu, Mar 29, 2018 at 04:05:10PM -0700, Chuck Guzis via cctalk wrote: > And yet, productive work was performed on it. Indeed the industrial > variant, the 1710 was used for early process control. There were a lot of highway improvements made in the US in the 1950s/ 1960s using Bendix G-15s.

Re: Speed now & then (Space and time?)

2018-03-29 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Thu, Mar 29, 2018 at 09:00:35PM -0500, Jon Elson via cctalk wrote: > It was an absolute DOG! It took several minutes for Emacs to load. So, uh, I hate to tell you about the state of the art these days ... mcl

Re: PDP8/e programmers consoles

2018-03-16 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
cool post, thanks. mcl

Re: Bendix G-15 [was: Re: VCF PNW 2018: Pictures!]

2018-02-18 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Sun, Feb 18, 2018 at 11:55:04AM -0800, Josh Dersch via cctalk wrote: > Small correction: there are three -- two upstairs, one in the basement (with > CDC badging) :) Well, get to work guys, I'd like to be able to sit at the IBM typewriter one more time, just for old time's sake :-) May I ask

Bendix G-15 [was: Re: VCF PNW 2018: Pictures!]

2018-02-18 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Sun, Feb 18, 2018 at 01:04:38PM -0600, Jon Elson via cctalk wrote: > Wow, even a Bendix G-15 in there (although with Control Data logo). Nope, look again, there are two :-) > Talk about a restoration project!!! AFAIK these are the only ones being restored. The last time I checked, the

Re: VCF PNW 2018: Pictures!

2018-02-17 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
I've looked through a lot of these but had to stop because my eyes were crossing. And my parents told me never to do that. My count of the number of (pre-microcomputer) machines I have used: 5 so far. Maintained for a period of time: 2. mcl

Re: DEC Tape drive, controller, formater parts

2018-02-17 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
Does this mean you finally got that shipment in that you were expecting? mcl

Re: chip technology dead-ends (was: Foonlies)

2018-01-31 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Wed, Jan 31, 2018 at 07:07:23PM -0800, Chuck Guzis via cctalk wrote: > Back in the 70s, 4000-series CMOS was among the slowest logic around. I really wish I still had one technical magazine that came out during the late 70s/early 80s. (I don't remember which one it was, anymore.) It was

Re: Foonlies

2018-01-31 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Wed, Jan 31, 2018 at 10:00:53AM -0800, Chuck Guzis via cctalk wrote: > An all-ECL redesign (details escape me) resulted in no appreciable > improvement in performance. But I'm sure the local power company appreciated the extra revenue they got from it. (I recently donated the little chunk of

Re: Televideo 970

2018-01-23 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
That reminds me, I still have one or two in the garage (yes, stored in uncontrolled conditions). Maybe a manual as well. If anyone is interested, contact me off-list. I'm in Austin, Texas, USA. mcl

Re: Livingston Portmaster 2e

2018-01-15 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Tue, Jan 16, 2018 at 07:19:17AM +1100, Kevin Parker via cctalk wrote: > not sure of that's a realistic expectation of what they're worth or not. Put it this way: if you find out what they are smoking, please let me know. mcl

Re: NeXT hardware about to be recycled in Texas

2017-12-05 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Tue, Dec 05, 2017 at 01:51:25PM +, Jonathan Katz via cctalk wrote: > Totally on the wrong continent but this needs to be saved!!! Looks like there are already several users on Twitter who have stepped up. (I would have drive up from Austin myself -- even though I need *less* stuff.) mcl

Re: looking at buying a pocket PC / PDA

2017-10-29 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
I'll be happy to give away my Palm collection to anyone who will pay shipping from Austin, TX, USA. No, they don't work :-) But there's a Palm original, Palm III, and Palm VII. (and yeah, I would, uh, kinda have to find them.) The only thing I would ask in return is if you get them going,

Acorn, Apple, IBM old computers up for auction (via Proxibid)

2017-10-24 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
There are a few lots that may be of interest to people on this list. Disclaimer: I have no connection to any of this. I just browse proxibid.com once in a while. The overall link:

Re: Giving away my collection to someone just starting out in the hobby

2017-10-22 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Sat, Oct 21, 2017 at 02:01:10AM -0500, drlegendre . via cctalk wrote: > Sorry about that. Trying to type from a hosp bed, had a broken hip that > didn't heal and needed multiple surgeries. Been in for almost two months. We, the list, are giving you the following direct order: get better

Re: The origin of SCSI [WAS:RE: The origin of the phrases ATA and IDE ]

2017-10-09 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Mon, Oct 09, 2017 at 08:52:26AM -0500, Jules Richardson via cctalk wrote: > Lots of early SCSI devices have no support for the Inquiry command, which > trips up modern software which expects it - I don't know if it was simply > ignored, or if there was a point in time where it wasn't present in

Re: PDP-Lifter

2017-10-07 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Sat, Oct 07, 2017 at 01:34:44PM -0700, Chuck Guzis via cctalk wrote: > My biggest problem with heavy the stuff is stairs. So far, my algorithm has been: - field-strip the SOB; - if still too heavy, fall back to neighbor + 6 pack. mcl

Midwest road trip

2017-09-18 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
I forgot to mention a couple of weeks ago that I was taking a road trip to get out the Texas heat. Now that I've fulfilled my social obligations in Minnesota, I'm going to work my way over to Cleveland and then Pittsburg. I do have the pickup truck with me so if someone needs to move stuff

Re: Free to a good home: Sun Ultra 1, Cisco routers, PDUs

2017-09-18 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Mon, Sep 04, 2017 at 09:21:06PM -0700, Ryan Finnie via cctalk wrote: > - Two 2U BayTech RPC9E remote PDUs, 20 5-15R outlets each, L5-20P plugs. > You can control these via serial (with an odd pinout), telnet, and IIRC > SSH. Have you given these away yet? If not, can you tell me if they are

Re: RIP Jerry Pournelle, the first author to write a novel on a computer Early adopt

2017-09-10 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Sun, Sep 10, 2017 at 04:55:48PM -0700, Chuck Guzis via cctalk wrote: > Not nearly as funny to watch as a Mergenthaler Linotype hot-type > machine, I'll wager. I got to see one in use my freshman year of college. The school newspaper was still set that way (out of loyalty for the people who

Re: Sperry UTS 40 on Ebay - Statesboro, Georgia

2017-08-02 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Wed, Aug 02, 2017 at 03:59:30PM +0200, Christian Corti via cctalk wrote: > Thanks god that I am not in the US, because here, even eBay has to follow > local legislation. Or in other words, we have consumer rights [...] But here in the US ... the government "of the lawyers, by the lawyers, and

Re: The first CD

2017-07-28 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Fri, Jul 28, 2017 at 10:01:08AM -0400, Paul Koning via cctalk wrote: > I don't know if DEC was the first to publish software on CDROM; it > certainly was fairly early. Somewhere in my collection I have the first three BSDI releases (I was a very early customer). The first two, 0.3.3 and 0.9.1

Re: Ibm rs6000 7025-f50

2017-07-26 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Thu, Jul 27, 2017 at 02:20:49AM +0100, Henry Bond via cctalk wrote: > I have just got a couple of these out of the dumpster Welp ... checking the following: https://www-01.ibm.com/common/ssi/cgi-bin/ssialias?infotype=dd=sm=pseries=897/ENUS7025-F50 I can kinda see why. (disclaimer: I have

Re: [multicians] Fwd: Multics dps8m emulator

2017-07-09 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Sun, Jul 09, 2017 at 08:00:24PM -0400, Ed via cctalk wrote: > ( we have xtra set for sale too... Large... heavy and many panel set) Pictures please? mcl

Re: Fairchild F8

2017-06-16 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Sat, Jun 17, 2017 at 11:54:55AM +1000, Steve Malikoff via cctalk wrote: > So, I've just joined and put up a few docs this Saturday morning... > https://archive.org/details/@galasphere347 ooh, F8 stuff. My pile of that is on my to-do list for this summer. There may still be a chip in a

Re: DEC archives

2017-06-15 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Thu, Jun 15, 2017 at 06:27:57PM +, Rich Alderson via cctalk wrote: > In order for this work to be done by volunteers, they first have to be > vetted, and their work must be overseen by a professional (which costs > those scarce funds). Simply this statement would have answered my newbie

Re: DEC archives

2017-06-15 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
Is there no way that occasional volunteer effort could be used in this or other tasks at the CHM? mcl

Re: DEC archives

2017-06-14 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Wed, Jun 14, 2017 at 10:54:03AM -0700, Al Kossow via cctalk wrote: > They are trivial to access. You just have to cart your lazy asses to > Fremont. I'll get down there just as soon as I've scanned in all my own stuff. mcl

Re: KL10 backplane on eBay

2017-05-29 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
dang it you were too fast

Re: KL10 backplane on eBay

2017-05-29 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Mon, May 29, 2017 at 03:31:17PM -0400, Noel Chiappa via cctalk wrote: > The listing says "Local pick-up only", and it's in Denver, Colorado. OK Warner, better saddle up and ride. mcl

Re: RICM Data General Rescue

2017-05-22 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Mon, May 22, 2017 at 07:30:07PM -0400, Michael Thompson via cctech wrote: > Dan and I did a rescue run yesterday and came back with four Data General > systems; a Nova/3, a Nova/4, an Eclipse S/20, an Eclipse MV/4000, and a > large assortment of test equipment and spares. Nice score! mcl

Re: A treasure trove in Dallas

2017-04-22 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
currently in Houston, heading back to Austin on Sun or Mon, would need to hear about what they want within "soon", have F-150, need vague excuse to go to Little Rock, Arkansas (power5) mcl

Re: Cross-talk square-wave?

2017-03-31 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Thu, Mar 30, 2017 at 07:41:25PM -0400, allison via cctalk wrote: > *Vonada's Engineering Maxims* are a group of pithy observations about > computer engineering There's too much hard-learned truth in all that, to be funny. mcl

Re: Anyone want a Sun T-shirt?

2017-03-30 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
If no one who e.g. worked for Sun steps up, I'll take it. mcl

Re: PDP-11/20 in Iowa (x3)

2017-03-27 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Mon, Mar 27, 2017 at 09:15:27AM -0400, Ethan Dicks via cctalk wrote: > I also saved what C-sized prints I could find, and the rest > appear to be on Bitsavers. I was given a pile of them many years ago. If there is something missing, let me know. My project to declutter has stalled at the

Re: PDP-11/20 in Iowa (x3)

2017-03-27 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Mon, Mar 27, 2017 at 02:05:56AM -0400, Paul Birkel via cctalk wrote: > Need some lovin'. Not near enough to here . I would go to Iowa. Hell, it's not *that* far from Texas. (OTOH I could only take one of them.) Guess I'll have to sign up in the a.m. so I can see the pictures. mcl

Re: Ardent Titan

2017-03-15 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Wed, Mar 15, 2017 at 06:19:41PM +, Randy Dawson via cctech wrote: > It was in FreeBSD ports, in graphics but they removed it (why?). portsjail% grep dore MOVED graphics/dore||2011-05-02|Has expired: Upstream disappeared and distfile is no longer available So, someone would have to take

Re: AIX documentation

2017-03-13 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Sun, Mar 12, 2017 at 08:32:41PM -0600, Warner Losh via cctalk wrote: > One of the tenants of the ProCD case tenets? You must have renters on your mind again. That NM place maybe? mcl

Re: Full immersion emulation

2017-03-05 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Wed, Mar 01, 2017 at 05:22:10PM -0500, Christian Gauger-Cosgrove via cctalk wrote: > Don't forget what a machine room and the equipment looks like. I think everyone has forgotten the most important part of the recreation. There simply *must* be someone standing in the room to scream DON'T

Re: Full immersion emulation

2017-03-05 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Thu, Mar 02, 2017 at 07:26:25AM -0500, allison via cctalk wrote: > I just fire up the PDP-11/73 (RL02, RX02, RD52x3,), then Microvax-II/GPX, > Then the PDP-8f Right now in the server room here at the house it's at 77dB -- well, right at the server rack; it's a bit lower where I sit.

Re: Full immersion emulation

2017-03-05 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Sat, Mar 04, 2017 at 01:34:25PM -0800, Chuck Guzis via cctalk wrote: > terrible fluorescent lighting. There's another kind? :-) mcl

Re: Full immersion emulation

2017-03-03 Thread Mark Linimon via cctalk
On Thu, Mar 02, 2017 at 08:11:34AM -0800, Fred Cisin via cctalk wrote: > It hardly took any time at all to get those to the point where it would > accept, "LET THERE BE LIGHT" "I'll ... have to think about it." mcl