PDP-11/05 computer booting RT-11 from TU56 DECtape

This video show a PDP-11/05 computer connected to a TC11 DECtape controller and TU56 DECtape drive booting RT-11 operating system. The drive and controller has been restored to operating condition. The sytem is booting RT-11 and the tape is copied to a backup tape.

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2017/06/24 Mattis Lind   Share on Facebook

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