Ray, I have quite a lot of material you do not have listed. For a while
I had it on my Google Drive (password secured), but not any longer.
The attached files should give you an idea. Contact me off list if you
want to pursue a transfer. (I suppose the list may well not accept
On 10/24/2022 5:26 PM, Bruce Ray via cctalk wrote:
Wild Hare Computer Systems, Inc., is pleased to announce that a
"Hobbyist License" is now available for legacy Data General
Nova and Eclipse software. This license allows educational, hobbyist,
non-commercial use of the vast amount of DG software - software
that changed the world in many ways.
The initial archives are currently available at:
and includes documentation for the corresponding software.
This October announcement also honors the 54th anniversary of the original
Data General Nova. An international celebration of the Nova's 50th
hosted by Wild Computer Systems in Colorado, USA. Some of the festivities
can be seen at:
To complement this Hobbyist License, a Nova and Eclipse emulator that
can run all of the
software will be introduced later this week.
Wild Hare Computer Systems is dedicated to preserving Data General's
significant contributions to computer history. We seek DG hardware,
sales literature - basically "anything DG" - that can be added to the
archives for posterity.
Wild Hare Computer Systems, Inc.
Denver, Colorado USA
...preserving the Data General legacy: www.NovasAreForever.org