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SubjectRe: FreeVMS?
On Tue, 30 Apr 1996, Drew Eckhardt wrote:
> >> > I know that this is not the most appropriate place the ask, but is there
> >> > any development on a VMS clone?? A VMS for x86 and other hardware could b
> >e
> >> > particularly interesting...
> >>
> >> You're kidding, right?
> >
> >Actually, I've heard that someone is working on a TRS-80 port to x86
>
> Huh?
>
> TRS-80 was the brand name Radio Shack sold their computer hardware
> under. Depending on which model you had, you could run TRS-DOS,
> CPM, and/or XENIX; or OS/9.

In the immortal words from Foghorn, Leghorn, "I say, it's a joke, son!"

It seemed to me that a VMS port would seem as ridiculous as a Trash-80
port. Well, OK, maybe I should have specified which OS, I meant TRSDOS.

Actually, maybe I could write an emulator, I've still got all those
floppies still.......


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