Well the reason I need the machine is that I don't have the source for any
of the apps and I'd doubt I'd get it either these days.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ken Guest [mailto:kwg at renre-europe.com]
> Sent: Thursday, July 05, 2001 3:32 PM
> To: ilug at linux.ie> Subject: Re: [ILUG] [OT] DEC VT-180
>>> On 05 Jul 2001 14:46:03 +0100, Noel Carroll wrote:
> > Sorry about the OT post but does anyone know where I could
> get my hands on a
> > DEC VT-180 machine? Its going back a bit but one would be
> nice for a little
> > personal project I want to do. If anyone alternatively
> knows an emulator
> > that will run CP/M and software for the VT-180 could you
> let me know.
> > Can't think of a Linux angle for this post but the emulator
> could run on
> > Linux I suppose!
>> ok. let me help you bring this on-topic, in that you could use z88dk
> ( http://z88dk.sourceforge.net/index.html ) to compile up apps for
> the vt180 on your linux box.
> I don't know for certain but I'd guess that unless cp/m on the vt180
> was extended a bit that any cp/m emulator would do the trick.
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