On Sat, 25 Sep 2021, Roger Hanscom wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 24, 2021 at 10:34 AM geneb <ge...@deltasoft.com
>>> I'll give that a shot. I don't recall precisely what boards are in it,
>>> but I'm pretty sure the CPU card has a 68000 on it.
> Oh, well ... that is probably an XPU or DPU if it has a 68k. Then you
> probably don't want to mess with anything but Cromix?
I have no idea. :) The machines I have are part of a rescue I did last
year and I'm still in the process of (slowly) evaluating systems.
> I'm not set up to create IMD images, but I can snail mail you a couple of
> boot diskettes (I'm nearby -- about an hour north of Seattle). I have
> Cromix 20.63 and 31.08 on 5.25" HD diskette. My system is quite limited
> because I have no hard disk. I have to run Cromix from floppy. I
> believe that there are newer, more capable, versions of Cromix that might
> be a better option for you (with a HD)? Maybe somebody on this list can
> chime in with better information?
Once I've gotten photos of the board set, I'll decide whether or not to
take you up on the disks. Thank you for the offer!
> Also, Marcus' archive (on github) has lots of software, if you can get
> access to that.
I did get access to it, thanks. Unfortunately, the "OS" things I've seen
are basically file dumps with no imaged media, rendering it nothing more
than a curiosity for my needs. :( Hopefully, I'll be able to at least get
the C-10 booted up. The machine works great - it's got some kind of
system monitor you end up in with no disks attached. You can dump ram,