Which RT-11 for an 11/03
rich.cini at verizon.net
Thu Mar 10 16:51:45 CST 2016
Thanks Gary. This is my understanding as well since everything works with XXDP right from DEC and I'm not using the H-27. So, I remain optimistic that I can get this working.
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> On Mar 10, 2016, at 5:46 PM, Gary L. Messick <Gary at realtimecomp.com> wrote:
> There is no difference in the LSI-11 board on an H-11 and a pdp-11/03. What DEC did do was cripple Heath's version of RT-11 (called HT-11). It would only work with Heath's H-27 floppy drive unit. The Heath serial, parallel, and memory cards were all compatible with DEC's offerings, AFAIK.
> That being said, I personally don't have experience with true RT-11 on the H-11.
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> From: Richard Cini
> Date:03/10/2016 4:09 PM (GMT-05:00)
> To: "General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts"
> Subject: Re: Which RT-11 for an 11/03
> If I have time tonight I'll log the session with "verbose" set on the TU58EM. Again, I'm trying the trick of booting from a TU58 emulator and an RK image with DD as the boot target (supposedly can work but maybe slow). I can see the blocks being read in but it stops and doesn't give me the sign-on banner.
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