> > > I was brokenhearted when I read about that on cctalk. A working B205 is a > > > very rare thing. > > > > I was not working, it was akin to a 1960 Chevy left in a barn for 45 > > years. The plan was to ship it to the Computer History Museum in Palo > > Alto some time soon, but the actual process had not begun. > > I thought that it was partially operational, though. "They" said something > about Kagan even being able to power it up ("the only three-phase power in > the county"), implying some sort of function. > The machine _was_ operational after being moved into the barn, but hasn't been used in decades - http://www.resistors.org/index.php/Main_Page Jack Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2009-12-07 18:00:14
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