--- Jeffrey l Kaneko <jeff.kaneko(a)juno.com> wrote:
On Thu, 2 Sep 1999 01:31:26 -0400 (EDT) Jacob Ritorto <jritorto(a)nut.net>
PS. I'm still M$ free, BTW, but I sold out
about three years ago and
now use commodity hardware w/FreeBSD in addition to my pdp11s running
You've aroused my interest with this. You run *BSD in a PDP-11? WHich
model PDP do you have that does this?
Five years ago I was running 2.9BSD on an *emulated* PDP-11 on my SPARC1. I
would refer you to the BSD web pages for a hardware compatibility list, but
for smaller PDP's (11/24, 11/34, etc.), they can run 2.9BSD. Things like
MSCP (SCSI, SDI, etc.) weren't added until later versions of 2BSD, but to
run _them_, you need an 11/44 or 11/73 or the like.
I have a lead on an 11/73 I can probably get for next
to nothing (with a SCSI
Go join PUPS (The PDP-11 UNIX Preservation Society). You can get a $100
license for 2BSD and then go get 2.11BSD for your 11/73.
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