Nat Semi 16032 info discovered

Jon Elson elson at
Mon Apr 29 22:18:23 CDT 2019

On 04/29/2019 02:23 PM, Al Kossow via cctalk wrote:
> On 4/29/19 9:30 AM, Jon Elson via cctalk wrote:
>> Back in 1984 I had cloned a Logical Microcomputer Co. Genix system based on the Nat. Semi. 16032 chip set.  I had a dd
>> dump of the distribution on floppies, but that was unreadable.
>> I just found a binder with about an inch of fanfold printouts of all the device drivers, low-level system routines, boot
>> loaders, etc in c source format.
>> These were printed on my Honeywell "big iron" drum printer with a funny character set, so many of the ASCII 96
>> characters are printed using overprints.  Like, { shows as a < overprinted with (.
>> So, it might be tricky to scan and OCR it without training the OCR. Not sure anybody would be interested in it, anyway.
>> Jon
> I have an image of the Genix source tape.
> Will try to dig it up.
Oh, OK, then maybe there's no need to scan this stuff.


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