I'm planning on constructing a PDP-11 S-100 card and intend to use the F-11
chipset. However, I've yet to find any decent information on the F-11, or
the J-11 for that matter. Does anyone have the pinout information, or any
other good design info?
Having the MMU pinout might be helpful as well.
I know there has been interest in this before and would love to help create
a final product. A PDP-8 S-100 board using a 6100/6102 or 6120 would also
be nice. What to do with the extra nibble in RAM, though? Checksum?
Apple II Plus system, Disk II drive and interface card
Unit works fine $100 dollars plus shipping
Macintosh SE FDHD- Has the High Density 1.44 drive
4MB RAM/40MB HDD
External Matching FDHD Drive
System 6.0.8 Installed
IBM ThinkPad 380ED
OpenStep 4.2 Installed
48MB RAM/3GB Hard Drive
OpenStep/NeXTstep is fully supported on this laptop with Video Sound and
Radius Pivot Monitor and Video Card for Mac SE/30-
$100 dollars + shipping
Mac PowerBook 165
4MB RAM/80MB HDD
Video Adapter and SCSI Adapter included
$20 dollars plus shipping
AsanteTalk LocalTalk to Ethernet Bridge $15 dollars shipped
Apple Monitor //'s Yellowed but working
$20 dollars each plus shipping
Apple Extended Keyboard IIs
$10 dollars plus shipping, tons available
AppleDesign ADB Keyboard- Tons available
$10 dollars plus shipping
AST SixPack Plus RAM Card for Old PC's
$10 dollars + Shipping
Tandy 2000 Poster $15 dollars
PowerUser 44MB Syquest Drive with lots of cartridges $20 dollars plus
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WTS Fluke PM3384B, USED, qty 1, CALL, Oscilloscope, Digital:
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the recent post of Lyle regarding Emulex tape couplers reminded me that I've been having an Emulex converter subsystem named "SMDI" for years now, but was never able to use it.
The reason: This subsystem is housed in an extra 19" enclosure and unfortunately, I obtained this box without any SMDI converter boards.
The idea of that box is neat: SMD-discs can be attached to DEC SDI-interfacessuch as KDB50 or HSC50/70.
I'm not aware of anybody having such a box. Is there anybody out there with such a thing, possibly in usage? What's your experience with it?
Anybody who would be willing to trad/offer one of those boards which fit into the SMDI-box? In that case, please contact me off-list.
Pierre's collection of classic computers : http://classic-computing.dyndns.org/
I have a 9830A that I haven't powered up in a while.? Previously, it would take a few seconds to get to the lazy-T prompt, but now on powerup, the screen remains blank.? I got Tony Duell's phenomenal schematics, and was all set to start debugging, starting at the clock, but I checked the user manual first, and following the suggestion in the setup section, I hit "STOP", which brought me to the prompt, and from there, it appears to be functioning normally.?? However, the machine powers up this way every time--never to a prompt.??
Does anyone have an idea why the machine is behaving this way?? I'd love to have it power up to a prompt.
Also, does anybody happen to have schematics for the infotek bitslice processor?? I don't have one, but I'd be very interested in trying to acquire or recreate one.
I was recently helping a friend clear out one of his storage lockers and
found (3) Emulex TC12 controllers. They look to be NOS and are in
The manual is on bitsavers:
The board emulates a DEC TS11 Unibus controller. It functions in both
streaming and formatted mode, supports 800 and 1600 densities, and has
the industry standard Pertec interface for PDP-11 and VAX-11 computers.
It is compatible with all DEC software which supports DEC's TS11
If you are interested in one or more of these controllers, make a
reasonable offer - and I'll give you the owners PayPal address to
send the funds (or check if you're so inclined).
Bickley Consulting West Inc.
"Black holes are where God is dividing by zero"
This is an impossible request, but I suppose one has to start somewhere.
I am on the lookout for an original Three Rivers/ICL PERQ workstation, as
Also any advise on how to acquire one will be much appreciated. I am
located in the United Kingdom.
I wouldn't mind moving a few more copies out of this stack of 100 freshly printed books! So I'm knocking $3 off and it's shipped free in the US ($3 off international shipping).
David Greelish, Computer Historian
- Author, "The Complete Historically Brewed"
- Founder, Atlanta Historical Computing Society
- "Classic Computing Show" podcast
- "Stan Veit's History of the Personal Computer" audiobook podcast
- "Retro Computing Roundtable" podcast
ClassicComputing.com | atlhcs.org
I bought this complete Victor 9000 system from a local guy, mostly because he needed the money.
It powers-up and displays, but won't boot any of the floppy disks for reasons unknown.
I paid $100, so if anyone wants it, I will let it go for the same amount.
It includes the keyboard and monitor, all in the giant original box.It weighs 60 pounds, so local pick-up is preferred.