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I can't remember. Did anything get worked out so 9640 Guys can run UCSD Pascal on the Geneve?

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Dano

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ISTR that Dr. Coffey figured out what needed to be set properly in the runtime program to allow it to work (using all of the /4A disks). I believe it may even be up on WHT (on one of the 9640 News disks?).

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If we are talking about the Psystem, the 9640 News disks would not have the information.

 

Tim may know a bit more as I have seen some references someone added (presumably Tim) late 90's or early 2000's when I was doing other non TI stuff.

Beery

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Beery might be referring to the PSYS command that I added, which modifies the manner in which TTYOUT outputs one or two of the formatting control codes. As I recall Mike M. had it running on his Geneve; I just checked the platter that I was given back then and I see nothing related to pascal on it. Seems to me there was a need to mount the disks or convert them to make them work with the Geneve? Sorry,I don't remember much else....

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I know the pSystem runtime was released, and as noted, I think it was done by Jerry Coffey. I'll have to look around to see if I have it somewhere, but I'm pretty sure I got it from WHT at some point. I just looked there and found what I think is it in the Geneve MDOS directory. Just look for the PSYSTEM folder.

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It should be just the runtime program and one of the pSystem disks inserted into drive 1. . .I'm pretty sure it auto-launches once you start the runtime, just like it does on the /4A.

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I might be mixing memories here, though it seems to me you could (had to?) mount the disks. Maybe that was only for running them from a hard drive device, as I seem to recall Mike copying the disks into an image much like an emulate file.

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