360/50 microcode listing
elson at pico-systems.com
Fri May 8 22:06:25 CDT 2015
On 05/08/2015 03:50 PM, Rich Alderson wrote:
> From: Jon Elson
> Sent: Thursday, May 07, 2015 7:05 PM
>> But, no, there is a list of known/suspected/rumored 360's, and it
>> lists 15 or 16 "real" 360 processors (I'm excluding the 360/20, of
>> which they list 5 units.)
>> There are several KA10's RUNNING! Compared to how many of those were
>> built, there seem to be a LOT higher percentage of those still extant
>> than of the 360's. (Maybe a bunch are still to be revealed, I
>> suppose.) And, I'm pretty sure there are NO 360's running. The LCM
>> is trying to get a 360/20 running. Maybe they are going to start with
>> a small project before attempting something harder.
> Where are there *any* KA10s running???? That's a very bold claim. We
> only know of 3 complete KA10s in existence, and none of them is running.
> We have been searching for a KA10 for the museum since before it *was* a
OH, sorry, I got them mixed up, I thought YOU had one
running there! Geez, I wouldn't think it would be all that
hard to get a KA10 running, just a LOT of discrete
transistors. A couple guys at Wash U got a Linc running a
few years ago. Mostly all they had to do was put new
capacitors in the power supply. Of course, I know there's a
LOT more logic in a KA10.
I'm pretty sure I have heard of some KA10's running,
somewhere, in the last decade, but that could be apocryphal.
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