El jue., 31 oct. 2019 a las 4:57, Tom Lyon (<pugs@ieee.org>) escribió:
Hi, folks. Tom Lyon here - this UNIX 370 stuff was recovered by Stephen at LCM+L from DECtapes that I've had sitting around for 40+ years.
You can read all about the Princeton/Amdahl project here: https://akapugs.blog/2018/05/12/370unixpart1/

If anyone wants to get serious with the code, you'll need Hercules with a VM/370 image as well as a PDP-11 emulator running V6. There's not a lot beyond the kernel, I got the shell working enough to prove that fork worked, and then ran out of steam because of the awful communication problems between the PDP and the IBM.  [ But that was my start as a networking guy ]. I personally haven't had time to do anything with the recovered bits.
Both items are available. Hoping it could be helpful, I share below some links to related IBM 370 and DEC PDP-11 stuff that I've recently found and more or less organized:


The Hercules System/370, ESA/390, and z/Architecture Emulator - http://www.hercules-390.eu/

SoftDevLabs (SDL) version of Hercules 4.x, code named Hyperion - http://www.softdevlabs.com/hyperion.html

A branch of the original development of Hercules numbered itself as v.4 with more or less regular compilations 

Robert O'Hara Six Pack Distribution v1.2 of VM/370 http://www.smrcc.org.uk/members/g4ugm/VM370.htm 

Very interesting because he includes in the same webpage downloads of the previous VM/370 packs (Paul Gorinskey'sAndy Norrie's, Bob Abele's)
There is a BETA version v1.3 available too.

Implementing VSAM under VM/370 SixPack v1.2 - http://www.kicksfortso.com/same/KooKbooK/KooKbooK-14.htm

A compilation of Operating Systems for IBM S/370 available for download on the Internet - https://geronimo370.nl/s370/s-370-operating-systems/<<

It includes one direct link to the page of Robert O'Hara SixPack BETA version v1.3 

A relatively wide explanation of the features available in SixPack v1.2 https://hub.docker.com/r/rbanffy/vm370

It includes something inusual: one link to Github where you can find one DOCKER implementation of theSixPack v1.2 

A surprising (and interesting) bunch of videoclips about VM/370  https://bestofclip.net/search?s=VM/370  

SIMH (Conputer History Sinulator Project). The original distribution, V3.10-0, updated 24-Feb-2019  http://simh.trailing-edge.com/
SIMH Original Software Kits (including bootable UNIX v7 and v6 disks) - http://simh.trailing-edge.com/software.html

The SIMH v.4.x Github place, a branch of the original project with some interesting additions - https://github.com/simh/simh
SIMH v4.0 development binaries - https://github.com/simh/Win32-Development-Binaries

Kind Regards

Sergio Pedraja