> Message: 1
> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2011 17:34:59 +0000 (GMT)
> From: ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk (Tony Duell)
> Subject: Re: Ted Nelson interview
> To: cctalk at classiccmp.org
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>> I don't understand, Tony. I mean, you spent the past several years
>> trying to convince us all that you * everything *. :)
> I beg your pardon...
> I have repeatedly said that I am not an expert on _anything_. And that
> there are many, many, things that I do not know, and cannot do. And I
> sill stick to that
> BTW, thanks to everyone who enlightened me as to what Ted Nelson did.
Tony and everyone,
You can also see Ted Nelson here - http://www.viddler.com/explore/waxpancake/videos/6/1.964/
Starting at 6:17.
If anyone has never watched this documentary before, I highly recommend it! It's my favorite.
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Has anyone ever tried using the tu58em program to boot a VMS 5.2 install standalone backup on an 11/750 ?
I ask because I am attempting to do so, and I keep encountering mount verify errors when I get to the fourth tape in the set. I see a lot of web references to using tu58em in the PDP-11 world, but not so much on the VAX. I suspect some sort of protocol error caused by an invalid response from the emulator. Same problem with the VMS 5.3 install, by the way.
Before I pursue this approach to installing the OS any further I thought I'd see whether there's a known issue trying to do this.
Looked at the Microsoft package mentioned and then looked at the rest
of their items for sale. Noticed a couple of interesting pieces.
Vintage Oasys 30 AFII Japanese luggable computer
Cheap Altos V terminal if you can pick it up. shipping expensive
Altos V-H Serial ASCII terminal
Altos x086 Multibus Adapter Board with Tapemaster card
They have a bunch of PS2 computers also at the moment.
No connection with The Hackery in Vancouver BC, Canada other than as a customer.