Heck, when we started we didn't even have ones, just zeros, so we had to double up on zeros until the ones finally became avalible.
You were lucky to have zeros! [spoken with a Yorkshire accent ... ]
Quote from: retrolefty on Feb 07, 2012, 01:34 am...Teletype corp ASR-33...I was responsible for front-end comm processors that used ASR-33s for their consoles. MTBF was around 10 hours. Our poor field engineer who had to fix 'em said they should have had a crankcase so that they could run submerged in oil. Rumor was the guy who designed the beast eventually went insane.
...Teletype corp ASR-33...
Those front panels on 70s minicomputers were a work of art, they were flashing leds b
QuoteThose front panels on 70s minicomputers were a work of art, they were flashing leds b I'm pretty sure the lights on the front of the PDP-8e were bulbs, not LEDs.