jerrymc at msu.edu
Tue Jun 16 15:32:19 UTC 2009
On Thu, Jun 04, 2009 at 08:58:24PM +0200, Polytropon wrote:
> On Thu, 4 Jun 2009 20:31:46 +0200, cpghost <cpghost at cordula.ws> wrote:
> > BTW, since we're talking about vintage OSes: anyone knows of a
> > BS2000 clone, emulator, ...?
> > http://ts.fujitsu.com/products/bs2000/index.html
> > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BS2000
> > I'm especially interested in an emulation of the old terminal-based
> > BS2000 before they introduced POSIX compat in 1992 (i.e. BS2000 as
> > of between 1986 and 1992).
> > For other emulators of old hardware, we have the great collecton of
> > /usr/ports/emulators/simh plus images, but nothing BS2000-ish (yet).
> > Or do we?
> Maybe you're interested in hercules, which provides emulation
> of IBM's mainframe architecture that was the "parent" (with
> OS/360 and OS/390) of Siemens' original BS2000.
> Vintage operating systems, let's see what I can remember...
> SCP, DCP, MUTOS, SVP, VMX, PSU, WEGA, KAOS, OS/ES (once my
> favourite)... I'm sure no one of you knows from mind what
> I'm talking about. But don't mind, they don't exist anymore. :-)
How about Scope2, Scope3, Nos, Nos/BE, Nos/VE, and the king of all,
Of course, they were not IBM mainframe OSen. They ran on the CDC 6000
and 170-180 mainframe systems.
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