RSTS/RSX manuals available in the UK
guykd at optusnet.com.au
Tue Aug 6 20:49:23 CDT 2019
Adrian, what order of volume and weight are these?
I'm definitely interested, from a general preservation viewpoint, also a personal interest in
lesser-known OS. And I have some PDP-11 systems to restore and play with.
However I'm in Australia...
Britain has a nice 'media mail' option - I buy 2nd hand books from British abebooks.com dealers,
and postage to Australia is very cheap. But could that extend to these manuals? What box size?
Could you send a photo or two?
Btw, can anyone suggest links to overviews of DEC (and other?) operating systems evolution and influence over time?
At 11:04 PM 6/08/2019 +0100, you wrote:
>I've held onto this collection of manuals for the last 3 years and now they really need to go because I'm having to move house in the next 2-3 months, my landlady is selling up. I thought it was too good to be true being in this house for 7.5 years!
>The RSTS manuals are V10 (1990) and there's 3 RSX-11M V4 as well as RSX DECNET. I don't have the time to scan them myself otherwise I would've done ages ago.
>I'm heading past Jim Austin's place in a couple of weeks' time so if nobody else is interested I can drop them off there if he's up for it.
>Owner of Binary Dinosaurs, the UK's biggest private home computer collection?
>t: @binarydinosaurs f: facebook.com/binarydinosaurs
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