Re: [midatlanticretro] Unibus or Q-Bus Systems?
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> From: "Dave McGuire" <Mcguire@...>running
> Sent: Friday, May 03, 2013 12:48 PM
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> Subject: Re: [midatlanticretro] Unibus or Q-Bus Systems?
> On 05/03/2013 11:23 AM, Vince Fleming wrote:
> > AT&T 3B2's always ran AT&T SysVr3 UNIX. I recently donated one
> > an early version of SvsVr4.always? oops. I guess so.
> Mostly. AT&T pushed the WE32K CPUs for embedded applications for a
> short while in the 1980s. We had a dev board for it where I worked
> (Princeton)...a dev board that I really, really wish I had now.
> Anyway, they had some sort of a real-time executive that ran on it,
> that was prototyped on, and development for it occurred on, 3B2/310
> Admittedly that's a rare case, but you said the magic word "always",
> which, in this business, virtually guarantees someone will speak up. ;)
Are you coming to InfoAge for the open house Dave? A Dan/Dave Pittsburgh
- On 05/03/2013 08:05 PM, Vince Fleming wrote:
> They were really popular with managers at Bell Labs and other areas ofI don't blame them! Great stuff.
> AT&T - I remember my manager at AT&T International had one around 1997,
> too. Many managers had them.
> It would be typical that AT&T would design something and they be the onlyThat's actually a reasonable business model for a company the size of AT&T. ;)
> ones that ever bought them. :)
Dave McGuire, AK4HZ
New Kensington, PA