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    Default Interesting Mod II 12 16 6000 software eBay sale


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    The disks looked interesting, especially the Xenix Development system.

    The seller chose to separate the manuals from the disks which I suppose helps maximise sale price but is slightly annoying.

    Just my 2c worth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TRS-Ian View Post
    The seller chose to separate the manuals from the disks which I suppose helps maximise sale price but is slightly annoying.
    I thought that at first, but the disks don’t match up to the manuals. That’s a beautiful collection of manuals. Would look great on any collectors shelf to be displayed with pride.

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    Just delivered this evening. Preliminary disk inventory:

    26-4605 Accounts Payable 01.00.00 Disks 1-3 (Model 2, TRSDOD 2.0a)
    26-2604 Accounts Receivable Disks 1-6 (1980)
    700-2071 Accounting Upgrade Version 1.2 Disks 1-2 (Handwritten Labels) (TRSDOS 4.2)
    26-4503 Payroll (1980)
    26-4912 TRSDOS-II System Diskette and Basic Interpreter (1982) (TRSDOS 4.2)
    26-6457 TRS-XENIX BASIC Interpreter (Model 16 Multi-User)
    700-3030 XENIX Multiuser Operating System Boot Disk Disk 1 of 4 (1983) (Model 6000)
    700-3030 XENIX Multiuser Operating System Install 1-3 Disks 2, 3, 4 of 4 (1983) (Model 6000)
    700-3030 XENIX Multiuser Operating System Help Files Install (1983) (Model 6000)
    700-3030 XENIX Multiuser Operating System File Maintenace (1983) (Model 6000)
    700-3033 XENIX Configuration Kit Install (1983) (Model 6000)
    700-3034 Xenix Development System - Upgrade 03.00.00 Disks 1-14 (Model 6000?)
    700-3036 XENIX UPGRADE VERSION: 03.01.02 (Tandy 6000)
    700-2093 PROFILE 16 UPGRADE FOR 260-6412 Disks 1-4 of 4
    Un-numbered hand-written label "Xenix 3.1 Correction to 3.1.1"
    Un-numbered hand-written label "3.1.X memswap"
    Un-numbered hand-written label "Cartridge Software For Format Xenix 3.1.0 or 3.1.1 or 3.1.2 only / ?Gregutil? & Z80 Ctl"
    26-6412 PROFILE 16 Special Install 1-4 (1983) (Model 16 Multi-User)
    26-4556 Profile Forms (1982) (Model II)
    26-4558 Profile Prosort (1982) (Model II)
    26-4512 Profile II (1979)
    26-4557 Profile Archive (1982) (Model II)
    26-4517 Profile Plus System Upgrade (1980)
    26-6207 Order Entry / Inventory Control Single-Sided Programs Special Install (1982)
    26-6207 Order Entry / Inventory Control Single-Sided Programs #1-3 (1982) (TRSDOS-16 4.1) (Model 16)
    26-6207 Order Entry / Inventory Control Double-Sided Programs (1982) (TRSDOS-16 4.1) (Model 16)
    26-6457 TRS-XENIX BASIC Interpreter (1982) (Model 16 Multi-User)
    26-4501 General Ledger (1980)
    26-4601 General Ledger (1982) Disks 1-3 0f 4
    26-6480 MULTIPLAN Special Install (1982) (Model 16 Multi-User)
    TRANSPRO File Transfer Utility (Bridgeware) Version 1.0d w/15 page doc for Profile II & Plus, MODs II, 12, 16, TRSDOS 2.0a, 2.0b, 4.0, 4.1, 4.2
    Hand-written label "firsttime" over 700-2052 TRS-XENIX Multi-User Operating System Boot Disk/Disk 1 (?recoverable?)
    COMPTRONICS BUSINESS PAC 100 Model II Version 2 disks

    Documentation:

    26-6207 Order Entry / Inventory Control
    26-4556 Profile Forms
    26-6457 TRS-XENIX BASIC Interpreter
    26-4557 Profile Archive
    26-2512 Profile II
    26-4517 Profile Plus System Upgrade
    26-4558 Profile Prosort
    26-6041 BASIC Reference Manual Model 16B (Cat No as on spine)
    26-6041 Assembler-16 (Cat No as on spine)

    Mike

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    The accounting packages often had a sample data disk, for the one that has 3 of the 4, I wonder if the 4th was that.

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    Updated, revised, corrected, sorted list:

    26-4501 General Ledger (1980)
    26-4503 Payroll (1980)
    26-4512 Profile II (1979)
    26-4517 Profile Plus System Upgrade (1980)
    26-4531 Scripsit 2.0 (TRSDOS 2.0a)
    26-4556 Profile Forms (1982) (Model II)
    26-4557 Profile Archive (1982) (Model II)
    26-4558 Profile Prosort (1982) (Model II)
    26-4601 General Ledger (1982) Disks 1-3 0f 4 (c) 1982 MBSI
    26-4601 General Ledger (1981) Disks 1-5 of 7 (c) 1981 Tandy Corp
    26-4604 Accounts Receivable Disks 1-6 (1980)
    26-4605 Accounts Payable 01.00.00 Disks 1-3 (Model 2, TRSDOD 2.0a)
    46-4605 Accounts Payable Data Files A, Data Files B, Programs #1, #2, #3
    26-4912 TRSDOS-II System Diskette and Basic Interpreter (1982) (TRSDOS 4.2)
    26-6207 Order Entry / Inventory Control Single-Sided Programs Special Install (1982)
    26-6207 Order Entry / Inventory Control Single-Sided Programs #1-3 (1982) (TRSDOS-16 4.1) (Model 16)
    26-6207 Order Entry / Inventory Control Double-Sided Programs (1982) (TRSDOS-16 4.1) (Model 16)
    26-6412 PROFILE 16 Special Install 1-4 (1983) (Model 16 Multi-User)
    26-6457 TRS-XENIX BASIC Interpreter (1982) (Model 16 Multi-User)
    26-6480 MULTIPLAN Special Install (1982) (Model 16 Multi-User)
    700-2071 Accounting Upgrade Version 1.2 Disks 1-2 (Handwritten Labels) (TRSDOS 4.2)
    700-2093 PROFILE 16 UPGRADE FOR 260-6412 Disks 1-4 of 4
    700-3030 XENIX Multiuser Operating System Boot Disk Disk 1 of 4 (1983) (Model 6000)
    700-3030 XENIX Multiuser Operating System Install 1-3 Disks 2, 3, 4 of 4 (1983) (Model 6000)
    700-3030 XENIX Multiuser Operating System Help Files Install (1983) (Model 6000)
    700-3030 XENIX Multiuser Operating System File Maintenace (1983) (Model 6000)
    700-3033 XENIX Configuration Kit Install (1983) (Model 6000)
    700-3034 Xenix Development System - Upgrade 03.00.00 Disks 1-14 (Model 6000?)
    700-3036 XENIX UPGRADE VERSION: 03.01.02 (Tandy 6000)
    TRANSPRO File Transfer Utility (Bridgeware) Version 1.0d w/15 page doc for Profile II & Plus, MODs II, 12, 16, TRSDOS 2.0a, 2.0b, 4.0, 4.1, 4.2
    Hand-written label "firsttime" over 700-2052 TRS-XENIX Multi-User Operating System Boot Disk/Disk 1 (?recoverable?)
    COMPTRONICS BUSINESS PAC 100 Model II Version 2 disks
    Un-numbered hand-written label "Xenix 3.1 Correction to 3.1.1"
    Un-numbered hand-written label "3.1.X memswap" Snapp-Ware (Same female hand)
    Un-numbered hand-written label "Cartridge Software For Format Xenix 3.1.0 or 3.1.1 or 3.1.2 only / ?Gregutil? & Z80 Ctl" Snapp-Ware (same female hand)
    Un-numbered hand-written label TRSDOS 4.2.6

    Documentation:

    26-2512 Profile II
    26-4517 Profile Plus System Upgrade
    26-4556 Profile Forms
    26-4557 Profile Archive
    26-4558 Profile Prosort
    26-6041 BASIC Reference Manual Model 16B (Cat No as on spine) 1982
    26-6041 Assembler-16 (Cat No as on spine) Basic Version 1.2 1982
    26-6207 Order Entry / Inventory Control
    26-6457 TRS-XENIX BASIC Interpreter

    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeModifed View Post
    Un-numbered hand-written label "Xenix 3.1 Correction to 3.1.1"
    Un-numbered hand-written label "3.1.X memswap" Snapp-Ware (Same female hand)
    Un-numbered hand-written label "Cartridge Software For Format Xenix 3.1.0 or 3.1.1 or 3.1.2 only / ?Gregutil? & Z80 Ctl" Snapp-Ware (same female hand)
    I'm intrigued by the Snapp-Ware disks, Bob Snapp made all kinds of legendary hardware and software mods for the 6000 / Xenix.

    I don't know if Pete has any acquired any of them but make sure he is aware of what you have uncovered!

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    Yep, Pete and I have exchanged PMs about these. "There are quite a few there that we do not have in the archive."

    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlightman View Post
    I'm intrigued by the Snapp-Ware disks, Bob Snapp made all kinds of legendary hardware and software mods for the 6000 / Xenix.

    I don't know if Pete has any acquired any of them but make sure he is aware of what you have uncovered!
    The "Xenix 3.1 Correction to 3.1.1" disk label may have been done by the same person as the two Snapp-Ware disks?



    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeModifed View Post
    Yep, Pete and I have exchanged PMs about these. "There are quite a few there that we do not have in the archive."

    Mike
    Yes, we'll work to get these in the archive for posterity. I too am quite curious about the Snappware disks.

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