On Tue, 31 Mar 1998, Barry Peterson wrote:
I have had some disks for a long time and would like
to give them to
someone who has a need, a use, or even a clue as to what they are.
Three have hand-written labels
1: XYLOGICS 450
tar cvbf 20 /dev/rdvfo
These look like tar backups, perhaps of drivers for a disk controller.
You should be able to read them using a program called tar, which is a
standard unix utility, but you can find PC versions too.
The other disks are original (not too fancy) Intel
4: SYP 286/300 DIAGNOSTICS 19 MB, #1A
DS/DD IRMX 86 FORMAT, 48TPI
PART NO. 174133-001
(c) 1982, 1983 INTEL CORP.
These look like they're diagnostic disks for a proprietary Intel 286 box.
iRMX was the name of Intel's real-time kernel, which they sold off to
RadiSys a couple of years ago.