In the immortal words of [Marko M_kel_]: >BTW, 24-pin Centronics connectors are not so rare as I thought. I got one >(for the user port of my 8032-SK) for 25 FIM (8 DM, 5 USD) in the local >electronics store. Okay, that particular store also has radio tubes, but >on the other hand, one time they didn't have any MC 6821 PIAs, and the >clerk didn't even know what the chip is! You just have to find people who are getting rid of older HP lab equipment or computers (I got one of my cables this way when some older HP 9000's were being retired). BTW, does anyone have detailed information on the MSD SD-1 Super Disk Drive? I got it from a friend; it has both serial and IEEE-488 connectiors on the back (and both seem to work fine). I don't recall seeing anything on funet about it... %% Chris Bongaarts %% firstname.lastname@example.org %% http://umn.edu/~cab %% Univ of Minnesota %% CBongo on EFnet IRC %% Stop Plate Tectonics! - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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