[time-nuts] Simulating Oscillator Noise: DifficultiesSimulatingFlicker FM Noise
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Sun Apr 25 07:40:44 EDT 2010
I *really* wish I'd kept labels off of the 9 track tapes that Western Electric shipped us in 1974 after I spent 6 months doing paperwork to get our original copy. Unix has been free for a long time. It's not always been "easily available". If I still had a PDP-11 in the living room the tapes them selves might be of some use. The only minor point being that I never had a 9 track tape drive here at home. I always found it strange that they distributed it on 9 track rather than DEC Tape.
On Apr 25, 2010, at 4:55 AM, Steve Rooke wrote:
> On 25 April 2010 02:39, Magnus Danielson <magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org> wrote:
>> On 04/24/2010 03:57 PM, Bob Camp wrote:
>>> Hmmm, good point.
>>> The port must have been to something other than Linux.
>> One of the many flavours of BSD I guess, or one of the many other flavours
>> of UNIX.
>> I have become old enough that most of the UNIX flavours I have worked on is
>> now deceased or about to. This is mainly the history of commercial UNIXes.
> Unix will never die! They said it was going to die in the 80's but
> it's still going strong in some form or another, or imitated,
> embedded, pervasive, a survivor. What's more the ones you think are
> deceased are still being used out there by small and large groups of
> people who just won't let it die, they'll have to prise it out of
> their cold dead hands. Why, well people swear by it, all the other OS'
> people just swear at them (well at least one OS I can think of :)
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