Started in 1974 with the 6800. First cross-assembler was Fortran source code on 2000 punch cards. Had PDP-8 with a card reader, but only PDP11 had Fortran compiler. Only peripheral in common between the two was a paper tape. So the chief engineer and I read the cards on the PDP8, punched paper tape and fed it directly into the PDP11. Nobody was more surprised than we were when it compiled first time. Retiring from teaching this September. Always looking for interesting things to fill my time, but have a whole backlog of unfinished projects!

Re: Anybody experienced in Advantech PCM 9373

Reply posted 2 days ago (08/01/2020)
Thanks for your suggestions, have a good sleep :-)

Re: Anybody experienced in Advantech PCM 9373

Reply posted 2 days ago (08/01/2020)
Thanks for that.  Yes, the documentation seems to be out of rev with the board.  I have tried lighting it from behind with a torch (when I came here I had to learn...

Re: Anybody experienced in Advantech PCM 9373

Reply posted 2 days ago (08/01/2020)
Thanks for the reply. If I remove he dram, the beep changes, I think it is double that of when I remove the LCD panel.  Yes, I did connect a VGA monitor to the...

Anybody experienced in Advantech PCM 9373

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I picked a couple out of the 'for later use' pile. They each came with Philips LP104S5 LCD panels/.I want to build a dual dhcp and nfs server and thought that they...

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