[TUHS] AT&T 3b4000 (was Re: Old 386 Unix Versions)

Clem Cole clemc at ccc.com
Sat Jul 27 05:24:24 AEST 2019

No promises, but I did send him an email.

On Fri, Jul 26, 2019 at 2:24 PM Seth J. Morabito <web at loomcom.com> wrote:

> Clem Cole writes:
> > Yes, it was a full Single System Image (SSI) system -- one of the
> 3B4000's
> > SW architects was Tom Bishop, whom I'm still in contact (he's in the
> Austin
> > these days).  Those folk did a nice job.  FWIW:   When the 4000 project
> was
> > canceled in Indiana Hill, Tom joined us @ LCC to work on TNC.
> This is of course extremeley relevant to my interests as well. Since
> I've gotten the 3B2/400 emulator pretty much finished up (MAU, NI, CTC,
> and PORTS are all working now), I'm turning my attention to trying to
> emulate other 3B2 models, starting with the /600 and /1000 WE32200
> systems.
> The 3B4000 is an entirely different beast, of course, but I've seen
> precious little documentation about it. I'd love to hear more from Tom
> Bishop's history at Indian Hill, if he's willing to share!
> -Seth
> --
>   Seth Morabito
>   Poulsbo, WA, USA
>   web at loomcom.com
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