Steven M. Schultz sms at moe.2bsd.com
Sun Nov 28 09:23:37 AEST 1999

> From: "Daniel A. Seagraves" <DSEAGRAV at toad.xkl.com>
> Like I said, I tried #2 there, and failed.  But it is possible to do?
> That's all I was really after.

	Oh, it _should_ work - so yes, it's possible if all the underlying
	pieces are in place.  

	Hmmm, rather than trying to use a pre-existing RP06 disk image 
	perhaps it would be better to get the tape images (should be
	in the pups archive) and use 'makesimtape' or whatever to create
	a bootable tape image for one of the emulators.  Going thru a 
	"cold install" to create a disk image should work.

	You do have floating point hardware in the 11/44, correct?

> Halt address coming in about 1/2 hour or an hour, depends on when they're
> done with the cord.
> Oh, and a Qbus SCSI card in this box would likely go FUMP!
> This is an 11/44.

	Doh!   That's what comes from dashing off a mail item  in a rush
	to go off to lunch ;)


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