I'm sharing a toy
athornton at gmail.com
Fri Aug 9 02:59:11 CDT 2019
> On Aug 8, 2019, at 11:52 PM, Boris Gimbarzevsky <boris at summitclinic.com> wrote:
> Thanks for putting it up. First time I've logged onto old Unix in decades (should try getting my copy of V6 up on simh).
> Have a couple of RasberryPi's kicking around that just fired up once to play with. Only part that simulation doesn't let you do is to connect up all sorts of lab hardware to A/D's and D/A's. Have lots of PDP-11 code that wrote in 1980's that can't use as no-one has written additions to PDP-11 emulators which will make one think one is dealing with 80's era data acquisition hardware and digital I/O boards which are far faster on modern microprocessors than there were then.
Well, you say that, but…..
I just ordered https://obsolescence.wixsite.com/obsolescence/pidp-11 <https://obsolescence.wixsite.com/obsolescence/pidp-11> , and it contains a prototyping area now so you can do stuff like https://obsolescence.wixsite.com/obsolescence/pidp-11-temp-barometer-hack <https://obsolescence.wixsite.com/obsolescence/pidp-11-temp-barometer-hack> . But, I mean…that’s a modern micro that looks to the PiDP-11 as if it were a Unibus peripheral, so it’s a decent model for what you want to do.
And then there’s the Unibone….http://retrocmp.com/projects/unibone <http://retrocmp.com/projects/unibone> if you want to drop some modern stuff into a real Unibus backplane.
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