Thank you for the valuable information.
It seems like v7 unix will be the way to go. Perhaps i can get some uucp
connection going over a serial line out of the machine, that could be
I found this page, and it confirms what you said about 2.11 bsd, not
compatible with the 11/34 cpu.
On the same page, there is mention of 2.9 bsd, and the 11/34 is listed as
compatible. Is tcpip availible in this version?
Thank you again for the helpful info.
On Fri, Sep 17, 2021, 7:55 AM Pete Turnbull via cctalk <
cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
On 17/09/2021 12:37, devin davison via cctalk wrote:
I'm working to get my pdp 11/34 and 11/45
running. I was curious what
versions of unix or bsd would work on the machines i have. I wanted to
up the systems with a bunch of dumb terminals
and show them off at a
7th Edition Unix would run on either machine, and will support multiple
serial terminals. BSD 2.11 needs split I/D space, which the 11/34
If possible too, id like to be able to telnet in
to unix or bsd.I was
curious if a ethernet interface exists for my
unibus systems, or if i
SLIP/PPP serial to another machine,so i could
telnet in as well as use
7th Edition has no Ethernet/TCP/IP capability. BSD 2.11 does.