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SubjectRe: TRS80 port (was FreeVMS?)
On Thu, 2 May 1996, Mark Lehrer wrote:
> > on his office that reads -- "Your New Computer has arrived". Then
> > have *that* sitting on his desk with a "Linux 1.3.xxx\n Login:"
> > prompt.
> in my museum at home, i have a TRS-80 that i run as a serial
> terminal to a Linux box.
> if you do that, you would truly be running linux on a TRS-80; or
> at least be as close as possible.

Hah! I've got a serial link from my P100 Linux box to .. a Digital
(Before they referred to themselves as DEC) 'thing' that only has
terminal capabilities, no internal OS! Now that's a fun thing to see :>

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