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    or it may be the 32-bit vs. 64-bit unsigned long...

    or it may be the 32-bit vs. 64-bit unsigned long issue in the file header. it seems possible, even though I don't know, that the authors of trs32 could have added code to cope with either.
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    Yes, there is different media for S700. Yes,...

    Yes, there is different media for S700.

    Yes, the C200 is considered S700.
  3. Thread: Help with C

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    STW C/80 uses stdlib.c and the pattern of...

    STW C/80 uses stdlib.c and the pattern of including it at the end of your source file.

    BTW if the last line of your source does not include cr/lf, according to C/80 it doesn't exist. That one bit...
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    The answer is still no. The only thing you'll...

    The answer is still no.

    The only thing you'll find wired on the ISA part of the card edge connector is power.
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    Short story: nope. not even a little bit. Long...

    Short story: nope. not even a little bit.

    Long story: it might be theoretically possible, but not without a whooooooole lot of custom hardware you'd have to design and fabricate, and software...
  6. I bid, but only the minimum due to the torn off...

    I bid, but only the minimum due to the torn off label and the corresponding chances that the disks had been reused for something else.
  7. if you're going to use imagedisk, you can turn...

    if you're going to use imagedisk, you can turn off double-stepping and use the 300kb/s data rate to write them using a high-density PC drive. no need to use the convergent's fdd.
  8. yes, it's pretty plain monochrome video. the...

    yes, it's pretty plain monochrome video. the connector carries video, keyboard, and power. the 36v bulk supplies are converted to 5/12v inside each module using plug-in regulator modules, so if you...
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    It looks like the "gold-cd" that used to be on...

    It looks like the "gold-cd" that used to be on www.ps-2.org has at least some of it. I see the AIX stuff from the gopher server, slightly rearranged, plus some stuff from a couple of the other links....
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    2nd; I'm also curious to see what you managed to...

    2nd; I'm also curious to see what you managed to save---especially, as you say, COBOL and the Matrox driver.
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    the resistance increased because you removed some...

    the resistance increased because you removed some of the load. this is basic ohm's law. current = voltage / resistance. a short is 0 ohms. at 5 volts even a very low resistance doesn't necessarily...
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    The device needs to be in the boot list...

    The device needs to be in the boot list corresponding to the key position. Typically "normal" doesn't have anything in it but the hard drive with the boot volume on it. "Service" would be where the...
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    The 5271 and 5273 display adapters are definitely...

    The 5271 and 5273 display adapters are definitely compatible with the 5151. That is how I use mine as somehow I've ended up with three 5272s, none of which work.
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    Yes. The difference in heat output from 4.8v...

    Yes.

    The difference in heat output from 4.8v isn't going to make any difference to whether the chip fails or not or how fast.

    What makes you think you "killed" some RAM chips at 5.08v?
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    The keyboard stickers look like Scripsit keys to...

    The keyboard stickers look like Scripsit keys to me. (Note: I did not spend more than two seconds thinking about this, and am possibly entirely wrong about it.)
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    I can send you a copy of the 6152 reference disk,...

    I can send you a copy of the 6152 reference disk, but (assuming the disks don't still have AOS) if you want to install AOS and use it as an Academic System, you need another RT already running AOS to...
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    That's an R4400 CPU. Congratulations.

    That's an R4400 CPU. Congratulations.
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    By having a TRS-80 and being jealous of the Apple...

    By having a TRS-80 and being jealous of the Apple IIs (and later, IIgses) at school and of my friends who had C=64s or TI 99/4As, then later having a turbo XT clone and being jealous of the...
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    I have two 8514s waiting to go on the bench for...

    I have two 8514s waiting to go on the bench for more or less the same problem. That'll save me a lot of effort. Thanks!
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    It stands to reason, given there are only four...

    It stands to reason, given there are only four pins wired on the bus connector.
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    I'm going to make a vague assertion here, that I...

    I'm going to make a vague assertion here, that I haven't had time to go turn into an actual technical explanation. You've got some non-sync, non-rgb signal coming through to the monitor on one of the...
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    it has to do with the sync signal, and the way...

    it has to do with the sync signal, and the way your cable is wired.

    I could give you a more technically complete answer if you told us which LCD monitor and which NuBus video card you're using.
  23. The MP3000 uses a different I/O bus for the...

    The MP3000 uses a different I/O bus for the channel cards than the P390 or 3006 IS.
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    Anecdotally: The Leading Edge Model D2 (6/8/10...

    Anecdotally:

    The Leading Edge Model D2 (6/8/10 MHz) does require the 8 MHz clock for the onboard FDC, but it doesn't change the CPU's operating frequency when the FDC is active. Mine had a fault...
  25. I stand corrected, and a reminder to myself that...

    I stand corrected, and a reminder to myself that "almost none" is not mathematically equal to "none at all".
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