I'm still digging. I found more 550 stuff. I think this is everything
that came with the 550. Here's a chance for you 550 owner's to get the
whole set at one shot!
Original DS-DOS box and invoice.
Original Sanyo Easywriter ver 1.3 disk
Original Sanyo disk box with 550 dos ver 2.11 and BASIC 1.25, two
original Sanyo disk for InfoStar (set B disk 2 and 3 of 4; disks 1 and 4
are below), original Sanyo disk for DOS 1.25 and BASIC ver 1.1
Original Sanyo disk box with all three original disk of set A, WordStar
and CalcStar and a backup copy of DS-DOS.
Two card board dummy disks used to protect the floppy drives duing shipment.
>A few weeks ago we were talking about the Sanyo 550 series and someone
mentioned one of the alternates operating systems that supported 80 track
drives in the 550. I said that was DS-DOS by Michtron.
> Today I found an old Sanyo disk package with four disks for the 550. One
of them is DS DOS 2.11, one is InfoStar, one is MailMerge/SpellStar and the
other is a disk of misc utilities. The first three are original disks. In
additon, the InfoStar, MailMerge/SpellStar are Sanyo labeled disks that
came with the 550. If anyone wants them, trade me something I can use and
they're all your's.
I just joined this mailing list today on the advice of more than one vintage
computing contact. I was wondering if anyone could tell me anything about
the Protec Microsystems PRO-83 Z80 Single-Board Computer. I have conducted
an exhaustive search of the Internet and found only two sites (one from a
surplus store and a picture of it from a museum). I would appreciate any
information available, especially information regarding the power supply and
peripheral devices. Thank you very much.
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> From: John R. Keys Jr.
> Reply To: classiccmp(a)classiccmp.org
> Sent: Friday, February 15, 2002 2:54 PM
> To: classiccmp(a)classiccmp.org
> Subject: Re-finding more items as I open boxes
> Found the following while unpacking in the warehouse:
> Took some other goodies home to play with like the 20th Annv. MAC,...
20th Anniversary Mac? You booger... I may have to grab it when
you're not looking.
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Mac OS X 10.1.2 - Darwin Kernel Version 5.2: Fri Dec 7 21:39:35 PST 2001
Running since 01/22/2002 without a crash
Does anyone know exactly what a Smoke Signal Broadcasting DCB-4E cards are
for? It's and EXORbus card and has a MC6821P and a WD FD1791B-02 LSICs and
a lot so SS TTL ICs on it. Does anyone have data for the card?
I have come across an Osborne model OCC1 Serial # 134033. This unit has the
300 baud modem. It also has 5 1/4 disk with it. (SuperCalc, WordStar,
Qbasic) The unit boots up and runs the software but after about 15 to 20
minutes it starts to overheat.(smoke)
My question is - What is the selling price for a unit like this and where
would be the best place to sell it?
Thanks for your help,
Director of Information Technology
SGS Tool Company
PO Box 187
Munroe Falls, OH 44262
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Yesterday I finally got a couple books I'd gotten on eBay a couple weeks
ago, obviously "VAXcluster Principles" is an interesting book, but I was
surprised how good of a book "The Digital Dictionary" is. I got the 2nd
Edition (the first was mainly internal use). It's a dictionary of all the
different terms that were in use around 1986. As such it contains info on
the PDP-10, PDP-11, and VAX, as well as DECmate's, Rainbows, and
Professionals. As well as the Apps, Languages, and OS's. Great book if
you want to know what a specific term or acronym means. Well worth picking
up if you are in to DEC stuff and can find a copy!
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Looking for info on the Dynalogic Hyperion, a "portable" DOS machine
manufactures around 1983. At least the one I have is 1983. it was designed
and initially built in Ottawa, Canada. Hyperion was acquired in about 1983
by Bytec, who was later bought by I think a Quebec company called Comterm.
Anyway, mine has stopped working: The machine still boots but no image is
displayed on its 7" diag screen. Hence I am looking for service info and/or
persons who have worked on the machine.
Any leads would be most appreciated.
Jerome, rather than try to compile a list of those who have RT-11
CDs from Tim, why not simply make those occasional announcements
to the list...
Former RT-11 Developer
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> This is two years late, but the terminal the original poster describes
> sounds like an IST (model 1), a CRT-based CDC product, vintage about 1978.
> There was a later edition called the IST-II, also CDC. It had two 8" drives
> and a Z-80 CPU, as well as connectivity to CDC PLATO mainframe systems,
> either by dialup modem (1200 bps) or multiplexer.
Actually, I was the original poster; a reply to me mentioned the
terminal you're describing.
> The IST is not the oldest PLATO terminal, but it is the oldest that CDC
> manufactured, I suspect. Even my PLATO IV (Magnavox, 1971) is not the
> oldest, but only the first mass-produced machine. The earliest ones date to
> about 1961 and there are probably only two or three still in existence, if
> we're lucky enough to have that many. A precursor to these would be Norman
> Crowder's Auto-Tutor, vintage about 1958, which has characteristics very
> similar to the PLATO terminals (though it is not a computer terminal, it
> operates on filmstrip media), and PLATO's mechanisms are said to have been
> influenced by this machine.
It's one of the mid-70s Magnavox plasma displays I'm looking for...
Say, are you able to connect to NovaNET with the magnavox terminal? if
so, we should meet for a game of Empire or Avatar some time (although
I'm sure you'll wipe me out).... or maybe a more civilized game of chess...