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Re: Chown ???

Jim wrote:
> Rick Stevens wrote:
>> Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
>>> On Wed, 2009-04-08 at 15:27 +0000, g wrote:
>>>> Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
>>>>> ttys
>>>> 'b-'. you did not answer which model and usage of paper. :)
>>> asr33, paper scroll :-)
>> ASR33s also had the paper tape punch and reader.  KSR33s did not.  I
>> had both hooked up to my Altair 8800 back in '77 via 110 baud, 20mA
>> current
>> loop serial interfaces.
>> Ah, memories!
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> ASR33 on  a Altair, that far back, You must be at least 100,  I started
> out on a RCA 1802 8 bit and I still have it.
> I modified it to work on S100 bus so I could get more memory , 64k , man
> you were top dog with that kind of memory.
Maybe he was talking about an Altair 8008. Intel 8080 processor,
S-100 bus, front panel with status and data LEDs. Address/data
toggle switches, and a few control toggles.

Toggle in the paper tape loader in binary. Then load the system
monitor/program from paper tape. I remember loading an assembler
from paper tape, and then feeding the program source from another tape.


  Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons,
for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!

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