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[#] Tue Apr 12 2022 20:16:34 EDT from Nurb432

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Seems i lied 2 times.   I also have a T1000 in its original box, in the back of my closet shelf.   So i think that makes 3 devices, not including my Newton.

Was digging in there for a fresh spool of filament, noticed it up there, minding its own business.  I thought i had given it away with the rest of the stuff.



[#] Wed Apr 20 2022 14:02:33 EDT from LadySerenaKitty

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My small "collection" of just 3 vintage machines.



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[#] Wed Apr 20 2022 18:18:26 EDT from Nurb432

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I had ( and used when it was still new ) a purple indigo 2. 



[#] Wed Apr 20 2022 22:57:21 EDT from LadySerenaKitty

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I don't have an Indigo 2.  Just the Indy, O2, and that Quadra 660av.

Wed Apr 20 2022 18:18:26 EDT from Nurb432

I had ( and used when it was still new ) a purple indigo 2. 



 



[#] Sat May 07 2022 14:03:20 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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I like the 729 MHz PowerPC machine you've got there :)



[#] Sat May 07 2022 17:12:16 EDT from Nurb432

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Some days i wish i had kept my ( Lombard ) G3 laptop.  It left during the great purge. But it really didnt take up *that* much space.  ( or my original mac portable. Which of course didnt work due to the batteries being long since toast. ( who in the hell designs a machine where you cant even plug it in and use it, without fully functioning batteries.. )



[#] Sun Jul 10 2022 11:40:42 EDT from LadySerenaKitty

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I have a SCSI2SD board for my Indy.  It's currently in my Quadra 660av, but I'm going to move it back to the Indy.  I ordered a 256GB SD card recently and when it arrives, we shall see how a computer from 1994 handles such a vast amount of disk space.  This is gonna be interestering.

 

I really should get another SCSI2SD board for the Quadra 660av.



[#] Sun Jul 10 2022 12:36:15 EDT from Nurb432

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Will the OS see it all?



[#] Mon Jul 11 2022 04:25:34 EDT from LadySerenaKitty

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Sun Jul 10 2022 12:36:15 EDT from Nurb432

Will the OS see it all?



We shall see.  MIPS is a 64-bit machine internally, all the registers and such are 64 bits wide.  The only distinction between 64-bit IRIX and 32-bit IRIX is the address bus width.



[#] Sat Jul 16 2022 10:18:23 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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For anyone interested...

[ http://www.cpm.z80.de/ ]

The new news on the "unofficial" CP/M web site is that the actual owners of CP/M have finally, after decades, officially released all of the source code under a clear open source license. So if you're looking to build that awesome new CP/M machine, you can build and ship them with authentic CP/M.
:)

(I know, not that big a deal ... but I was a big CP/M user before IBM ruined everything, so it has some nostalgia for me.)

[#] Sat Jul 16 2022 10:19:12 EDT from Nurb432

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Dammit you beat me to it :)   I saw this an hour or so ago but had stuff to do.



[#] Sat Sep 10 2022 16:06:01 EDT from Nurb432

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This weekend, i might actually get around to installing a z80 core on my pano FPGA, so it can run cp/m

Its why i bought it.. been collecting dust ever since it got here wondering what its purpose in life is..



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