> I have some DEC format 8 inch floppies from the
mid 1980's that may
> have Saturn WP on it. It rings a bell, I think I had a copy at one
> time. Long, long time ago. I can't read the floppies (got no drive),
> anyone in the Wash DC area that can read them would help.
Well, I'm located south of Baltimore and have been doing pdp11's for
about 30 years now. Currently I have running and tested the following
11/83 with ESDI, TK70, RL02, and RX02 drives
11/23+ with RQDX3, TK50, RX50 drives
11/24 with 1mb of memory and an RL11 controller
2 pdp8/L's fully operational, no peripherals.
11/05, 16kw memory, RX11
Professional/380 with RD53, DECNA, and RX50's.
PDT11/150 that works (fun but not too useful)
One of Dave Gesswin's MFM emulators and a pile of RD50-54 drives
One of those Gotek floppy things flashed for RX50 support
I can reconfigure one of the RL02's to be an RL01 for read only if needed.
So if you need media checked out I can give it a go. Somewhere I have an
HP SCSI 9 track drive that could be pressed into service and one of
these days I'll fix and test the CDC 9457 Lark drives.