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  1. Here are a couple of references for the M7195...

    Here are a couple of references for the M7195 MXV11-B.

    MXV11-B Multi-Function Option Module User Guide, EK-MXV1B-UG-001
    manx-docs.org/collections/antonio/dec/mxv1bug1.pdf

    In this one Table 5...
  2. The M7195 MXV11-B contains 128KB of RAM.

    The M7195 MXV11-B contains 128KB of RAM.
  3. No need for another board for a console port if...

    No need for another board for a console port if you already have an M7195 MXV11-B. The photo shows a couple of EPROMs installed on the MXV11-B. If you're lucky they are 8KB EPROMs that contain the...
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    Hey Windows 10, Get Off My Lawn! I thought the...

    Hey Windows 10, Get Off My Lawn!

    I thought the Rants section got closed down a while back...
  5. I'm confused about you talking about a PDP-11/44...

    I'm confused about you talking about a PDP-11/44 and Q22/CD slots at the same time. A PDP-11/44 is a Unibus system and doesn't make any sense to talk about a PDP-11/44 and Q22/CD slots at the same...
  6. I had a BP Microsystems EP-1 Programmer in the...

    I had a BP Microsystems EP-1 Programmer in the past before selling it to someone else on the forum a while ago. It's the only BP Microsystems programmer with a serial port interface and that is...
  7. Thread: Thing the herd

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    If these items were located within driving...

    If these items were located within driving distance of me I would be interested in the 11/34 system. (I already have enough Q-Bus systems, and the only Unibus system I currently have is an 11/84)....
  8. Thread: decserver 100

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    Does the EK-DSRVA-TM DECserver 100 Terminal...

    Does the EK-DSRVA-TM DECserver 100 Terminal Server Technical Manual contain schematics? Usually the schematics are in separate maintenance print sets.

    Searching for EK-DSRVA-TM turns up other...
  9. Many years ago for a digital design course final...

    Many years ago for a digital design course final lab project I built a simple 8-bit CPU using 74LS181 ALU chips. I used AM2911 for the microprogram sequencers, maybe 3 of them for a 12-bit code...
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    Also here: OpenVMS VAX 6.1 with OpenVMS...

    Also here:

    OpenVMS VAX 6.1 with OpenVMS Consolidated Software Distribution May 1994

    https://archive.org/download/vaxvmscsd61
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    Even my high end BP Microsystems BP-1610 device...

    Even my high end BP Microsystems BP-1610 device programmer doesn't support TMS2716 +5V, +12V, -5V EPROMs. Maybe someday I'll pick up a Data I/O programmer which does.
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    Almost all of the lights in my house are in...

    Almost all of the lights in my house are in recessed cans. The majority of them are still the Philips 90W PAR38 halogen flood bulbs that were installed when I moved here 15+ years ago. The bulbs in...
  13. Is this thread just a long way of saying 1TB or...

    Is this thread just a long way of saying 1TB or 2TB on a disk drive label does not mean any particular number of user visible sectors?

    From some Seagate manuals online:
    ST31000528AS 1,953,525,168...
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    Just for reference, here is the relevant Linux...

    Just for reference, here is the relevant Linux PCMCIA driver code in /drivers/pcmcia/ds.c where I believe the missing or invalid CIS issue prevents some Linear Flash memory cards from being...
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    As I mentioned back in post #31 of this thread I...

    As I mentioned back in post #31 of this thread I do not currently have any cards with original DEC labels on them. I do have one 2MB Mitsubishi MELCARD MF82M1-77DAT01 that I was able to dump with my...
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    A quick update on trying to read and write PCMCIA...

    A quick update on trying to read and write PCMCIA Linear Flash cards on a PC. I received a PCI add-in card Cardbus adapter today, based on the one of the earlier TI chips, the PCI1131 PCI Cardbus...
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    +1 I could understand viewing getting all of...

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    I could understand viewing getting all of the possible updates installed for Windows 98SE, NT, 2000, XP as a challenge just for the heck of it where the only motivation is to complete the...
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    The 82355 is a BUS MASTER INTERFACE CONTROLLER...

    The 82355 is a BUS MASTER INTERFACE CONTROLLER (BMIC)

    That looks like something that is used on an EISA bus expansion board, and not something that would be the EISA bus controller. Maybe this is...
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    The link in the original posts lists the part...

    The link in the original posts lists the part numbers of the major chips:

    http://www.yjfy.com/Museum/net/EISA.htm

    from left to right intel S82353 / intel S82353 / intel KU82359A2 / intel...
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    There was probably never much available for USB...

    There was probably never much available for USB connected PCMCIA Linear Flash reader / writer devices. Those would never have been a mainstream consumer item the way that USB CompactFlash / SD card...
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    After looking around a bit more it looks like on...

    After looking around a bit more it looks like on Linux distributions there is an mtd-utils package which is being actively maintained.

    The mtd-utils-2.1.1 version was released on 21 Jul 2019.
    ...
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    It is appreciated that someone took one for the...

    It is appreciated that someone took one for the team and sacrificed the bound manuals to produce good quality scans. Those manuals seem fairly uncommon to find. Most people that have them probably...
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    You can always use PUSH PSW to save the current...

    You can always use PUSH PSW to save the current state of AC on the stack to examine it that way.
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    Did you scan those non-destructively, or did you...

    Did you scan those non-destructively, or did you have to break the spines of the manuals? The scans are good quality and don't appear to be distorted. Looks as though the pages were flat when they...
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    He also said that he tried to program it multiple...

    He also said that he tried to program it multiple times before it finally succeeded, but didn't say that he also erased it (with the UV lamp) multiple times. In that case the blank check would pass...
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