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  1. One thing on my to-do list is to try the...

    One thing on my to-do list is to try the FluxEngine with my 8-inch drive and the 8-inch floppies I have. Haven't found time to do that yet. My 8-inch setup is for soft-sectored disks.
    In my...
  2. I haven't seen any ThinkPad schematics. It would...

    I haven't seen any ThinkPad schematics. It would probably be easier to search for high resolution pictures of said FRU, and hope you could identify the components from those pictures. Or you could...
  3. Well done! Reading about successful repairs is...

    Well done! Reading about successful repairs is enjoyable too. Thanks!
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    Ouch!

    Ouch!
  5. Do you have any pictures of it? That would help...

    Do you have any pictures of it?
    That would help in case it is the same as another system (possibly from a different manufacturer).
    Does it look like this picture...
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    I agree - nice job! I absolutely love the...

    I agree - nice job!
    I absolutely love the progress happening on the Tektronix front here.
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    Various info on HP-IL:...

    Various info on HP-IL:
    http://www.jeffcalc.hp41.eu/hpil/
    https://hp.giesselink.com/hpil.htm
    and (of course) one version in Python: https://github.com/bug400/pyilper
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    From the article on Terminals-wiki:...

    From the article on Terminals-wiki: http://terminals-wiki.org/wiki/index.php/IBM_3161

    Perhaps you have better luck finding info for one of those.
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    Nice job - well done!

    Nice job - well done!
  10. There isn't much of a toolchain needed, just...

    There isn't much of a toolchain needed, just fdcontrol and dd. You set the parameters with fdcontrol, then you read (or write) the image from / to to the floppy. I use it to read foreign floppy...
  11. The drive would be outside the box in my case.

    The drive would be outside the box in my case.
  12. Well, building something with a mini-itx...

    Well, building something with a mini-itx motherboard could work. So far, I have been unable to find mini-itx motherboards with an FDD connector locally - everything that's available here seems to be...
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    The "PC standard" (for lack of a better term) is...

    The "PC standard" (for lack of a better term) is that all drives are jumpered as drive 1 (DS1). The cable has a twist between the first and the second floppy connector, so that any floppy drive...
  14. Physically small desktop-type computer, with a floppy connector?

    I have a need for a physically small machine with a standard floppy controller and connector.
    The reason for the "small size" requirement is that this machine is going to be used a floppy reading...
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    There is a PCI bracket model here:...

    There is a PCI bracket model here: https://github.com/Petraea/PCI-Bracket
  16. Thread: Internal Zip 750

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    Wikipedia claims that the Zip 750 didn't come...

    Wikipedia claims that the Zip 750 didn't come with a SCSI interface https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zip_drive
  17. Well, anybody who needs it is free to implement...

    Well, anybody who needs it is free to implement their own version in, say, Python (because it seems popular now) and make it available on the public source hosting site of their choice. Right?
  18. One more thing: there is a wanted subforum here...

    One more thing: there is a wanted subforum here as well; perhaps this thread belongs there?
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    Some models of the Tiki 100...

    Some models of the Tiki 100 (the 8/16 models) had a x86 add-on card with an 8088 cpu. With the add-on card the machine could run TIKOS (a CP-M-86 clone) and MS-DOS 2.11.
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    Some info here http://www.ncr.org.uk/7900.html...

    Some info here
    http://www.ncr.org.uk/7900.html
    http://www.ncr.org.uk/page333.html

    Two different 9010's?
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    Too bad there isn't any pictures.

    Too bad there isn't any pictures.
  22. Unfortunately, I don't have any leads. But I...

    Unfortunately, I don't have any leads.
    But I wondered what it look like, so I looked it up http://terminals-wiki.org/wiki/index.php/Hazeltine_2000
    Interesting that it used core memory.
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    when did setver appear in DOS (which version)?

    when did setver appear in DOS (which version)?
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    Not only have you done the project well, you have...

    Not only have you done the project well, you have also written a very good article on it - well done!
    And the monitors looks fantastic!
  25. Unfortunately, there seems to be little info...

    Unfortunately, there seems to be little info about Panasonic terminals, even on terminals-wiki: http://terminals-wiki.org/wiki/index.php/Category:Panasonic
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