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by billdeg
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This list is maintained regularly. Thread date is last update. Contact me Here. DecMate I 8" OS/8 disk(s) PCS Micropac 80, Superpac 180 and related DATAC 1000 6502 trainer GO Tablet Model G400 power supply or battery (24V ). Commodore B Series hi-profile keyboard(s) Computer Data Systems "Versatile 2" s-100 computer 1977 (Newark, Delaware USA computer) Casio FX-9000P Canon CX-1 or BX-3 Acorn BBC Model A Eagle Computer Eagle II E (I have disks, need computer) Sord SM80X Oki 1F COM7 laptop Morrow Decision 1 Microvoice Nugen Sycor Model 302 Key-Cassette Terminal California Technology International 1108-A Manual/documentation Any mid 70's micros like the Sphere, Compucolor II, HAL, Jupiter Computers Commodore 264 CBM VC 1020 or VIC 1010 docking station for VIC 20 Tandon 603s or 602s hard drives i">... [ read more ]

setting reply-to VMS Mail with MULTINET

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Introduction to VAX/VMS Manual Cover
Cover of the Introduction to VAX/VMS Manual 1987
Peter Coughlin writes: "... Specifying the REPLY_TO Header The MULTINET_SMTP_REPLY_TO logical name lets you specify the value for the RFC822 REPLY-TO: header. For example to set your Reply-To: header to FNORD@FLOWERS.COM, use the command: $ DEFINE MULTINET_SMTP_REPLY_TO "FNORD@FLOWERS.COM" This logical name only affects mail agents that use the SMTP% interface (for example OpenVMS and DECWindows mail). Endquote. In case it is not clear, you should define this logical name in DCL before you run VMS MAIL and it will then apply when you send mail to an address prefixed by SMTP%. I will add that you could probably use DEFINE /SYSTEM if you want this to apply to all users on the system or you coul">... [ read more ]

1971 NRI Digital Computer Model 832

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Radio Electronics December 1971 National Radio Institute ( NRI ) Digital Computer Model 832 advertisement
Radio Electronics December 1971 National Radio Institute's ( NRI ) full-page advertisement for their Model 832 digital computer trainer. The Model 832 was introduced in Radio Electronics' June 1971 issue. Click image for larger view.
1971 NRI Digital Computer Model 832
The 1971 NRI Digital Computer Model 832 was a trainer kit that was developed in 1970 and sold in 1971 for $504 US. Click image for larger view.
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Vintage Computer Festival East 2019

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This humble author's biased pick for best in show, the LNW80 / Lobo Max80 exhibit with spokesmodel, Karen. Click image for more exhibit photos.
Fun event highlighted by Saturday keynote presenters Unix co-inventor Ken Thompson interviewed on stage by Brian Kernighan and Sunday keynote by Atari/Amiga engineer Joe Decuir. ">... [ read more ]

LNW80 Microcomputer Restoration

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LNW 80 Microcomputer
The LNW80 computer is a Radio Shack TRS 80 Model 1 clone, more or less. The BASIC is different and the memory map is different. Any programs that rely on either of these things will not operate properly, but DOS PLUS and NEW DOS for the Model I is easily adapted for the LNW80. The photo above displays the opening panel of the Modular Software Associates LNW BASIC Demo. LNW BASIC has commands that employ the LNW80's color display capabilities. Click image for larger view.
LNW 80
With the chassis cover removed, this image reveals a twin control board configuration. On top is the System Ex">... [ read more ]

CDC 6600 Cordwood Logic Modules

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CDC 6600 cordwood logic moudle
Pictured are Control Data Corporation 6600 modules. The sandwich-shaped device on the left is called a "cordwood logic module". Each of these contain 64 silicon transistors. The board to the right has the same bus/pin configuration and is likely also from a 6600 or an early "Cyber series" computer, a system based on the 6600. Click image for larger view.
The The Control Data 6600 was considered by many to be the first super computer. More photos">... [ read more ]

Digital DECmate VT278

by billdeg
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Updated: [ Disk Images ] 02/26/2019
Digital DECmate VT278
Digital DECmate VT278 Click image for larger view.
EK-VT278 Technical Description Digital DECmate
The DECmate VT278 is a PDP 8 on a CPU / RAM board installed in a VT-100 chassis. Pictured here is the SETUP screen one sees upon successful boot. Click image for larger view.
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~1960 Burroughs Logic Module 72477T

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~1960 Burroughs Logic Module 72477T Click image for larger view.
Rear view, same. Click image for larger view.
The Computer History Museum has a similar item, their description reads: "Each module holds eight components: 2 resistors and 6 diodes, mounted on a phenolic frame with two separate common contacts + eight individual contacts." Looking through Burroughs computer and peripheral manuals I have for early 1960's hardware, I cannot say for sure which system the 72477T came from because there are no photos or diagrams">... [ read more ]

My Computer Likes Me when I speak BASIC

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The front cover of My Computer Likes Me when i speak BASIC by Bob Albrecht publshed by DYMAX circa 1971-1972. This softcover book was intended to teach BASIC programming to students and persons previously unfamiliar with computers. Students would use this book in a classroom environment in front of a Teletype attached to a mini computer running BASIC.
Here is an example of a lesson, titled "the problem" whose purpose was to demonstrate how the same problem can be solved multiple ways. Click image for larger view.
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GRiD Compass II Model 1219

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Another of Hillary's lost laptops? Obviously this laptop pre-dates the former First Lady's stint with the State Department, but I can only wonder who might have used it. This Compass II 1219 powered up with custom BIOS ROM. Click image for larger view.
Along with this 1219 I picked up a GRiDCASE More GRiD photos">... [ read more ]

DEC PC05 High-speed Tape Reader

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Front view of the DEC PC05 high-speed papertape reader. Click image for larger view.
Rear view of same DEC PC05 high-speed papertape reader, where one can see the reader was paired with a PDP 11 system (inset closeup). Click image for larger view.
NEXT - Find the pr11 controller (M7810). Because this is a reader only, it may be possible to use a serial card instead, like a M7800, or with minor modifications.">... [ read more ]

For-Sale / Items Wanted

by billdeg
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NOTE: date of thread = the last update date. Note there are some old specific item for-sale threads on this site. If they're not linked from here, they're probably expired/sold. NEC PC-6001A with cassette RK06 Alignment Disk RK06 Data Disks UNIBUS Regulators (parts / not guaranteed) More! FOR SALE Commodore B128 (working) Commoodore 8050 (Needs U1 chip) Mostly Commodore and Tandy stuff here History of Commodore Poster Items Wanted Free Stuff? (Varies every day. Donations held by me and not claimed by VCfed (who has first dibs) are avail you're a VCFed member. I have tons of spare cables and adapters. Pickup only) Contact me if you have a specific req">... [ read more ]

Digital PDP-8 DECUS Music Papertapes

by billdeg
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Digital Equipment Corporation PDP-8 Music Program Papertapes 152 152a 162
decus papertapes from 1969 would likely have been written for the a PDP-8i. This is not the same as the RF music program demoed elsewhere on this web site. Click on image for larger view.
TAPE LABELS: 8-152a 8 Music Coding Program Symbolic #1 8-152 8 Music Coding Program Symbolic #2 8-152 Teddy Bear's Picnic Symbolic 8-152a Penny Lane Symbolic 8-152 Joy to the World Symbolic 8-152 Your Mother Should Know Symbolic 8-152a Penny Lane 0037-7720, 0170=7777 0171=7777, 0172=7750, 0173=6020 Binary 8-152 When I'm 64 0037=720, 0170=7776 0172-7750 8-16">... [ read more ]

RCA COSMAC Microkit

by billdeg
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Updated: [ RCA 1800 Family Oral History Panel ] 12/21/2018
RCA COSMAC
The 1975 RCA COSMAC Microkit. This is the first commercial microcomputer from RCA to contain the two-chip COSMAC microprocessor (TC 1084 / TC 1085 version). The processor was developed in New Jersey, but the kit itself came out of the RCA Palm Beach Division. Click image for larger view.
RCA COSMAC 3901822
Note the TC 1085 chip on the processor card, which is the earlier name for the CDP 1801 and has a silk screen date of late 1974. Click image for larger view.
Compare the above processor c">... [ read more ]

MAI Jolt 6502 SBC 1975

by billdeg
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Updated: [ Origin of the name JOLT ] 12/21/2018
MAI Jolt 6502 microcomputer SBC
The first production 6502-based single board microcomputer - The Jolt pre-dates the MOS KIM and Apple I.
More photos Byte December 1975 ad I had mentioned this system in a "past issue" of vintagecomputer.net when I used to make hard-coded pages for this site. ">... [ read more ]
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