When I received my model 33 it came with a UCC82 Call Control Unit as an
extra in the deal.
/CGS_0127.jpg (Photo of the CCU)
It doesn't seem to do much on its own (makes the teletype print null
characters uncontrollably when you plug the system in) and I can't find any
information on what it did however just looking at it and a small note from
google says it was used for putting a phone line on and off the hook and
dialing. The row of buttons at the bottom controlled a Bell 101 or 103
DataPhone which you hid away in the stand.
I've been searching up info on the 101 and I can't find a whole lot of
anything short of it was one of the first modems, it was 110 baud and it had
a D-sub 25 port that you connected it a computer/terminal with. They also
seem to be about impossible to find. I have modems that cat run at 110 baud
however god knows if the D-sub serial port on the back of them are the same
and even if they were I have no idea how it would of connected to the
teletype. Does anybody have more information?
Maybe stupid question but I'm a newby of VMS.
I have a VS2000 with a Micropolis RD53 inside.
I recently repaired the hard disk, and from some tests it seems to have
no errors, so its content is safe.
I tried to boot the machine from it, and it turns to contain a
I would try to list the content of the disk, but from manuals I
understand I would need to know the file names.
How to identify the content of this disk?