Sorry for undiggind this subject so many years later, but have you found a
solution to your problem? I am facing exactly the same issue, and i have
tried all possible windows X server options without success. The only
possibility I am working with is with a Mac OS X server, which reports a
I am new to the group, so let me know if this post is inappropriate.
I have a SuperTerm Maintenance Manual that I am about to put in the bin.
I am prepared to scan it if any one is interested, I could not find it on bitsavers.org, but I guess there may be one in the backlog?
The SuperTerm was manufactured by Intertec Data Systems c. 1978, it was a 180 CPS dot matrix printer (RS232), quite often used as a console printer in place of a LA36, Intertec also did a speed up board for the LA36 (I may have details on that when I get through clearing out my loft), to make it a 150 CPS printer, although it was prone to carriage slams initially, same was true of the SuperTerm for a while, which also resulted in the carriage driver transistors burning out. The company I worked for produced a separate driver board to get around the problem, typical patch at the time.
Regards Mike Norris
This document seems to imply that the Super Foonly and the Foonly F1
were separate machines. When I've seen them discussed, they always
seemed to be uses synonymously.
SUPERFOONLY DESIGNED 1968-71
10,000 TTL IC'S
5,000 ECL IC'S
Also, except for the CCRMA F4 at Computer History Museum, does anyone
know about any Foonly machine having been preserved?
Does anyone have an AIM16 hardware unit made by Connecticut microComputer
company, from the late 70's? I am working through their cassette software,
a box I got years ago from their internal programming department with
versions and variations of same programs.
> From: Phil Budne
> FWIW, Found these bits
> Those bits and others can be found
Excellent archaeology! With these, and the ITS sources (for which we have both
the -10 and -11 sides), the register definitions in the early PDP-10 CPU
manual, and the prints, it should be possible to write a programming manual
for the DL10, to replace the one that's now lost. (If it ever existed - does
Any chance I could convince you to enter all this stuff on the CHWiki DL10
Lars (mostly) and I have added a little bit, but there's still a long way to
> From: Rich Alderson
> I'm going to disagree with the history Al posted, because Dick himself
> told me the story.
What was the history according to Dick, if you recall? Would he still be
available, to write it as he saw it down himself?
I've become interested in ZCPR2, 3, 33, and 34, and am surprised at how
difficult it is to locate them online. Or maybe I'm just an idiot. Are they
out there somewhere?
It looks like ZCPR3 was on SIG/M volumes 184 to 192, but those specific
volumes seem to be missing from the SIG/M archives I can find.
I'm specifically NOT looking for NZ-COM or Z3PLUS.
Here's a sneak preview of the shirt design for all of the 2018 Vintage
Computer Federation events. As usual, each event will have a different
Dan Roganti aka Ragooman used to design the VCF East shirts. Any
similarity to him or his interests in the current design is purely