On Wed, Feb 1, 2017 at 11:15 AM, william degnan <billdegnan at gmail.com>
On Wed, Feb 1, 2017 at 10:38 AM, Angelo Papenhoff <aap at papnet.eu> wrote:
On 01/02/17, william degnan wrote:
I thought this question was answered recently but
I can't find the
I have the RK disk version of UNIX6 for PDP 11/40
but I could not find
RL02 version. does this exist? Can one be made
using simH to dump and
up for RL02 that can then be ported as a RL02
disk image to actual RL02
drive? I can get an image onto the drive, should the image exist. My
11/40 is not compatible with Unix 7, but I would
be happy with 5 or 7 if
it'll run on a 64K system.
thanks. One other question...for those who use PDPGUI to write an image
to an actual RL02 disk, how long does it take approx to write, say, an
RT-11 5.3 disk using this method?
Answer to my own question - about an hour for a small disk, as much as 3
hours for a large disk full of data. Once the image gets to what I assume
is "blank" space, it goes a lot faster. You can see this by watching the
READY light and the monitor panel. In the case of RT-11 5.0 it took over
an hour. I assume the UNIX disk will take two or three hours.