On Jan 13, 2015, at 3:40 PM, Johnny Billquist <bqt at softjar.se> wrote:
Well, it's been a long time project, but
I'm happy to finally announce a more public initial release of TCP/IP for
I hope some people will find this useful/amusing.
I don't find it amusing, I find it amazingly cool! This is fantastic news! The HTTP
server and LPR client sound especially interesting. Now we have a freely available TCP/IP
stack for both RT-11 and RSX-11M-PLUS. I just wish there was one for RSTS/E, but as far
as I know, it has never even had a commercial stack.
Not that the LPR client actually talks PCL. I wanted to hook up a
printer I have on my local network. So that is what it is geared
towards. But it's written in C, so people should probably not find it to
hard to modify.
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|| on a psychedelic trip
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