[TUHS] 2.10

Nick Downing downing.nick at gmail.com
Fri Nov 21 11:56:27 AEST 2014

Is there any special reason why you want to use 2.09 or 2.10 rather than
the latest, 2.11? Is it because of your hardware requirements, I think
possibly 2.11 requires split I/D right? Anyway the best way to answer your
question is to try it out in SIMH. I do know that 2.11 has a modern TCP/IP
stack, which is backported from 4.3 or thereabouts (it does not suppprt
some advanced features such as syn cookies, so it was not backported from
the latest, but it's pretty modern still). I would be interested to know if
2.09 or 2.10 have the same TCP/IP stack as 2.11, my feeling is they don't.
cheers, Nick
On 21/11/2014 12:34 PM, "Jacob Ritorto" <jacob.ritorto at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
>   Wanting to set up an 11/34 or 11/23 with a unix that's at least
> contemporary enough to run telnet and ftp.  From what I can gather on line,
> I guess 2.10 is the best shot, but it's apparently a little less popular
> and I can't fin enough docs about it to determine if it'll run with the
> hardware I have.  Am I on the right track here, or should I be considering
> backporting the programs to 2.9?  Pointers to 2.10 Setup manual would be
> most welcome as well as suggestions on where to find other resources to
> meet this goal..
> thx
> jake
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