[pups] Figured some things out.
efton.collins at gmail.com
Thu Mar 9 15:15:54 AEST 2006
I have a 7th Edition installation that includes the Berkeley package. The
USB package includes over 60 commands, 'vi' and 'more' are among them.
There's also a new 'man' that knows about more, so viewing man pages is
done a page at a time. Other than installing the Berkeley bits, adding the
RL02 driver to the kernel and rebuilding df, it should be a fairly close
match to the original distribution tape.
I usually use Bob Supnik's PDP11 emulator. The vanilla emulator works very
well but it's a bit of a CPU hog. On Linux I've been able to tone that down
by adding a nanosleep in the main processing loop.
The distribution is on two 10 megabyte RL02 images. If you would like a copy
of them, let me know and I'll make arrangements to make them available.
On 3/8/06, Kelli Halliburton <kelli217 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wednesday 08 March 2006 05:22 pm, Hellwig.Geisse at mni.fh-giessen.dewrote:
> > Depending on the speed of your simulator, you
> > could perhaps try to stop the output temporarily
> > with ^S (and restart it with ^Q). Together with
> > the ability to scroll backwards within the output
> > window you should be able to read what is coming
> > out of your simulated system... ;-)
> E11 starts from a DOS box, which would be fine, since you can set the
> of the screen buffer in a DOS box, but it takes over the screen. So the
> buffer disappears and the screen becomes only 25 lines long. So the
> backwards trick doesn't work.
> As far as speed goes... under Windows 2000, E11's speed is highly
> variable. I
> think, from reading the E11 manual, that it has something to do with disk
> caching. I imagine that it's probably much more consistent under DOS, or
> DOS-based versions of Windows.
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