At 02:53 p.m. 20/01/2003 +1300, Bruce Hoult wrote:
I don't know why anyone would think that it was kosmos. Kosmos quite
clearly announced itself as VAX/VMS when you logged in and *that* isn't
going to run on a PDP-11.
You didn't answer my questions about what sort of
interface it has (thick or thin), whether it talks TCP/IP, or whether
you've got a Unix for it. And I'll add to that a question about RSTS...
it has AUI. the real ethernet. Sorry no *ix for it, nor RSTS. I mainly did
real time stuff and that meant RSX or RT-11 (which is what MS-DOS was
modelled on, not to confuse with the IBM-360-DOS, or the many other DOS's
out there in those days. Add TSX to RT-11 and you have a good clone of
RSTS. It has a similar multi login thingy per terminal like Linux .
Oh theres more...
DRV-11 - parallel interface - if you like building stuff or doing nuclear
Analog devices isolated input A/D converter
several serial devices (synch)
several serial devices (asynch) with modem controls.
And no, I'm not parting with my industrial-11 (aka PDP-11/05) front panel
with the flashing lights. there were only two of those in NZ if that.
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