PDP-6s at MIT
jnc at mercury.lcs.mit.edu
Thu Dec 15 20:24:13 CST 2016
> It great to have such a detailed description of the DM PDP-6.
I hope you're not being serious! There was almost no detail there. But...
> I suppose that since the DynaMod group got their 10 shortly after the 6,
> they may have focused on getting the 10 up and running. Maybe they
> didn't bother to make the 6 run in timesharing mode.
I think all the DM people are still around - why not ask one of them for more?
Probably best to start with Al Vezza, the group leader; I don't have a
guaranteed e-mail for him, and a quick Google didn't show a page for him
anywhere, but the e-mail address on his WWW resignation note page is the same
as the one on his MIT information entry, so maybe it still works.
Jack Haverty was in the group for a while early on, too:
Another possibility is P. Dave Lebling (PDL). Or Tim Anderson (TAA) if you
can't get ahold of him.
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