> All of my "Digital" badged RL02 packs bear this nomenclature.
> The other companies' packs (BASF, Memorex, etc) do not.
> I have about 25-35 diskpacks actually made by (or sourced by)
>Digital, and they all are RL02K-DC.
"DC" stands for "Data Cartridge". There are also "RL02K-EF"'s, which
are guaranteed error-free. (And RK05-EF's, and RM03-EF's, etc.) You
frequently find the "-EF"'s coming from sites that ran Unix, as Unix
doesn't deal very well with errors at all...
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Count me in for the RT11 and the RSX CD-ROM.
For RSX, I think as you stated, flavor 2C is the best option
as I do not have a modern RSX version running on my 11/35.
When the number of CD's to be burnt is clear I guess we all
on the List will hear how to reward your effort ($$$).
My apologies. Dayna's web site says "Farewell", and the intel site
to which it points gave it a good try but didn't answer the question. I
recently got a Dayna Etherprint-T Plus but not the power supply for it and
i have no idea what voltage or current it needs. I'm pretty sure the unit
is later than 1989 but if anybody has one and could check out the power
supply to see what it says and email me off-list, I'd appreciate it very