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  AT&T 7300 / 3b1 with a DOS co-proc by Bill Degnan - 12/04/2006 19:09
Just got an AT& T 7300 / 3b1 with a DOS co-processor card.

I have a new set of DOS-73 system diskettes AT&T UNIX PC Model 7300 ver 1.00, and a DOS-73 diagnostic. Matching manuals.

Cleaned unit, does not power on. Fuse is OK.

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  test the power supply with a multimeter by Nathan Brown - 05/23/2010 21:39
Check the power supply output with
a multimeter. The power swithch. Hopefully the boards are not fried.
+12 volts, -12Volts,
+5 volts, -5 volts,
** +24 volts, -24 Volts some
old 8 inch drives use this.
Ground, other 1.x and 3.x voltages
can be present.

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  AT&T 3B1 Power Supply Repair by Bill Degnan - 05/23/2010 22:31
Thanks for the reply.

The power supply was repaired in 2008, by one of my students as a project. I forgot what on the power supply went bad but it's OK now.

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  AT&T 3B1 Software by Bill Degnan - 07/15/2010 00:27



Installed the following packages on my UNIX PC, I have more, there are lots, but this will get me started. I used to love perl, glad to have that again.


CURSES/TERMINFO
UNIX GAMES THE STORE!
MTOOLS 2.0
ENGINE
MAILX
HDB 3.5
HDB 3.5 ADMIN
MODULA2
KORN
KERMIT 5A (172)
GCC 1.40.1
GDB 3.5
TCSH (t shell)
ADVENTURE
LARN V12
HACK 1.0.3
PACMAN
OTHELLO 1.0
WORLD
CASINO
STAR TREK
CHESS (SHAH) 1.1
PERL 4.0

The games can be found here
http://unixpc.taronga.com/STORE/README

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