RSTS emulation in a browser
bobsmithofd at gmail.com
Sat Dec 7 10:18:57 CST 2019
To answer your question, yes, yuo can down a compacted file or another
and it will be able to run locally (done that but not tried yet)
It does time out (but if you let it sit, suddenly it pops up, it seems
to be at some sort of dynamic IP address that takes a bit to pop up.
hope this hellps.
On Fri, Dec 6, 2019 at 10:07 PM Jay Jaeger via cctalk
<cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
> On 12/5/2019 10:57 AM, John Foust via cctalk wrote:
> > Back in 2000, Jay Jaeger generously helped me read some old backup tapes
> > from a RSTS V7.0-07 system.
> > I'm not sure why I hadn't tried before, but I recently thought I could
> > try to run those circa-1982 BASIC-PLUS and FORTRAN programs under emulation.
> > https://skn.noip.me/pdp11/pdp11.html
> > I can 'boot rl2' on that web site and it runs, but when I try to
> > run it locally in a browser, it hangs.
> > Am I missing something simple?
> > That page is maintained by Paul Nankervis <paulnank @ hotmail.com>.
> > - John
> When I try and contact the site, it times out / can't connect, though I
> did manage to get an index listing by leaving off the pdp11.html.
> Not quite sure what you mean by trying to run it "locally". Is it that
> you downloaded pdp11.zip and unzipped it and pointed at that as a file
> URL? Or did you copy it to a local web server you have?
> There are at least three files involved, I spect: pdp11.html, pdp11.js
> and bootcode.js, and probably vt11,js, pdp-11-45.svg and pdp11-70.svg as
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