Re: [midatlanticretro] Stan Brewer Intro.
Not that I know of. If you do try to get one working, I have a module Claude gave me, that I will donate to the effort. I am also a member of a couple of antique radio clubs, and may have a source for donations of tubes. I also have operations manuals for the B-205 I obtained from another source, and would be glad to give copies of them. I also have the original Flex-o-writer from the RESISTORS machine, and a newer model (more likely to run) that I could bring to the project.
Bryan Pope wrote:
Stanley Brewer wrote:
> Hello all,
> I joined because a good acquaintance of mine, Claude Kagan said he
> was talking to MARCH to find a new home for his Burroughs B-205. I
> run the Burroughs B-205 site and Yahoo Group. I am very excited to
> hear that the old Burroughs may be saved! Does MARCH have a building
> large enough to house the 205? I had tried to get the RESISTORS to
> help save the 205, but found none of them interested in doing so. :(
> I hope I can help in some way. I was a DEC system manager for many
> years until my medical retirement (heart disease) last year. I have
> lots of old DEC books and hardware.
I do not believe we have a working tube-based computer in our
collection.. . Is there a working (or even semi-working) tube-based
computer in the US?