22869Re: [midatlanticretro] terminal 10
- Sep 30, 2011If Evan decides to still go the serial terminal route on this server, I do have one of those large ISA cards that supports up to 8 terminals, if interested I'll see if it has the "octopus" breakout cable.Matt
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On Sep 30, 2011, at 9:21 AM, B Degnan <billdeg@...> wrote:
At 09:13 AM 9/30/2011, you wrote:
> >>> It's a modern server that is set for ethernet
> communications. It works now, all you have to do is get an
> ethernet switch, cat5 cables. Then each PC
>I'm of two minds about this. Using PCs for the info kiosks is easy.
>But it would be great if we can use vintage terminals.
I agree...a terminal system would be ideal, but we can make the web
site look and act like a terminal. The computers/keyboards
especially need to be disposable, as the public will be using
them. From a support standpoint all one would have to do is turn on
the server and the PC to activate.
That said if you're keen on supporting a real terminal network it has
to be something that can be supported by the "local" MARCH team -
Evan, Jeff, Jeff, Jeff - right?
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