Zane H. Healy wrote:
I fail to see what Windows NT has to do with anything.
It was mentioned earlier in the thread and I wanted the box
to feel useful one more time :-)
As V1.0 was text based, and 16-bit, it is possible
PDP-11 port could have existed.
In the same way that an MS-DOS port could have (but didn't
AFAIK) exist: i.e. technically possible, commercially a waste of
I can't see why such a port would have been done.
Me neither. DEC couldn't have done it and neither IBM nor
MS would have had any reason to do so.
Surely that label could have been eyeballed by now :-)
On a related note oddly enough at least a partial port
of CP/M-68k to
the MicroVAX 2000 exists. I believe one of the list members is the
one that has done it.
Commercially? Surely the uVAX 2000 wasn't out until after CP/M had
had its heyay? If it is non-commercial, I'd be willing to see if my
uV2K still works just to try it :-)
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