Discussion in 'Computers, Hardware, and Operating Systems' started by WA4CZD, Sep 9, 2018.
Sure, ran CP/M on a Commodore 128 back in the day.
What was DOS-10? MS only went (officially) to Win 6.22, although IBM put out DOS 7.
DOS 10 may refer to OS/2 versions:
OS/2 1.0, "DOS" version 10.00 by Microsoft and IBM
OS/2 1.1, "DOS" version 10.10 by Microsoft and IBM
OS/2 1.2, "DOS" version 10.20 by Microsoft and IBM
OS/2 1.3, "DOS" version 10.30 by IBM
DOS minus 10 was the OS used on the ABA CUS.
TOM K8ERV Montrose Colo
There was TrumpetTCP. A very temperamental beast. An add on before WinSock.
Oh sure! 1979, Northstar Horizon, Z80B, 48k RAM, 2 5 inch drives. FORTRAN, CBASIC (yuck), ASM, it's a wonder we survived...
Yeah, those ran SLIP, which kinda worked. PPP was a real improvement.
Yep! Had a Xerox 820S with a dual 8" floppy drive. Bought a 5M hard drive at one of those wonderful computer fests for it. Was livin' large!
I ran it on my Commie 128.