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Subject: Re: PDP-11 Unix CD-ROM archive burn
To: (Kevin Wright)
Date: Sun, 31 Aug 1997 12:41:29 +1000 (EST)
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In-Reply-To: <> from Kevin Wright at "Aug 29, 97 09:24:27 am"
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In article by Kevin Wright:
> I could very possibly volunteer to do one.  I have access to my
> companies cdrom burner.
> Subject change:
> I own a PDP-11/23+ for which I'm constantly searching the Internet for
> RT-11 and TSX+ documentation and software, as well as any other OS's
> such as Unix.  Do you have any such software/documentation in your
> archive of which you would be willing to allow me a copy?

Kevin, until you can buy a license from SCO (soon I hope), all I can
offer are the binaries for 6th & 7th Edition. If you have an RK05 or RL02,
then you can get disk images as part of Bob Supnik's PDP-11 emulator,

(or a similar URL, I'm typing from memory).

If you don't have RK05 or RL02s, someone should be able to build
a suitable disk image for you. I think you'll need to go 6th Edition
as you have a /23.