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Sharkonwheels
September 25th, 2006, 09:07 PM
OK, mebbe for Terry and Erik to answer.

I need someone worthy of my giving them a huge stack of Beagle Brothers manuals, hopefully so they canmake them available eletonically. For me to give it to them, they must do this, if it is legally possible.

Terry? Erik? Know any worthy Applers for this, that will carry forth the torch?

here's the manuals I have:

Extra K
Utility City
D Code
GPLE ProDOS and DOS 3.3
Pro-Byter
Flex Type
Big U
Beagle Graphics with folding chart
Apple Mechanic
DOS BOSS
plus a peeks 'n' pokes wall chart

These are the original manuals, not copies.
I MIGHT have some of the boxes, and original disks as well.


Tony

ahm
September 27th, 2006, 08:47 AM
There's a Beagle Bros Online Museum (http://www.panic.com/~stevenf/beagle/), maybe they'd be interested.
Also found some cool scans at the bottom of this page: http://www.turbo-2.com/apple/.
I'm especially digging the 6502 chart, and the tips sheet.

HTH,
Andy

Terry Yager
September 27th, 2006, 10:03 AM
OK, mebbe for Terry and Erik to answer.

Don't ask me, I'm still trying to find an on-line home for a couple thousand Apple ][ share/freeware disks. Any ideas?

--T

Erik
September 27th, 2006, 01:11 PM
If Al doesn't want them at Bitsavers then I can't think of anyplace either.

Sharkonwheels
September 27th, 2006, 08:26 PM
Terry - Problem is, most Apple II software has already been Disk Imaged / Archived.

Check out:

http://www.apple2.org.za/mirrors/

Which has over 3GB of stuff, including over 700MB of images under ftp.apple.asimov.net!

Did you see my question to you on the COmputerHell thread? Asking about a IIe enhanced? And a DuoDisk with cable/card? I'd probably need drives for the IIe, and a conroller card. I gave away (not trashed!) a HUGE box of cards, cables, SSC's with serial cables, grappler cards, parallel adapters, TONS!

And now I want a IIe enhanced! :confused:


Go figure!


One system I wouldn;t mind always having around, is a IIgs Rom3, but has to have a hard disk. HS SCSI's are too expensive, so probably one of the newer IDe ones, of course with GS/OS. I had a nice setup with a HS SCSI, 120MB SCSI, orange 4MB RAM card, the SuperDisk floppy controller with a 1.44MB mac floppy. Nice setup, worked great, but the money got me - I sold the setup for over $500 a fw years ago when the HS SCSIs were REALLY getting about $250-300. I can imagine now....


Tony