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jmee (03-07-20, 08:37 PM)
In case anybody is interested, I am planning on getting rid of my Vax stuff, free to a good home. These would only be available for pick up in Sacramento, Ca. The deal is that it must go as a package, but the price is right. Drop me a email after un-munging the address in the from section.

Some of this stuff includes:

Microvax II
1 BA23 with ESDI Fujitsu drive and Emulex QD21 controller w/manual
1 BA123 with ESDI drive(brand/model?)and MFM drives and Emulex QD21 controller
Micro VMS manual
VMS 5.5.1
both with TK50 drives and a bunch of tapes, however the TK50 drives may be problematic

Microvax 3100 10e.
non-working hard drive
I believe I have some 1gig SCSI drivesb
VMS 6.x w/hobbyist PAKs

2 MIcrovax 3100 model 40
VMS 6.x w/hobbyist PAKs
2 200MC terminal servers
2 VT240 terminals
4 VT320 terminals
a bunch of SCSI 50 pin cables
a bunch coax network cable
1 non-working SCSI TK50 tape drive

Consolidated Distribution kits (no PAKs)
approximately 100 VAX and Alpha kits. Vax back to ~1993
misc software
Pathworks

Documentation (all VAX):
VMS 5.0 manuals
VMS 6.0 manuals
VMS 7.2 manual and distribution
Terry Kennedy (03-07-20, 09:17 PM)
On Saturday, March 7, 2020 at 1:36:13 PM UTC-5, jmee wrote:
> Consolidated Distribution kits (no PAKs)
> approximately 100 VAX and Alpha kits. Vax back to ~1993
> misc software
> Pathworks
> Documentation (all VAX):
> VMS 5.0 manuals
> VMS 6.0 manuals
> VMS 7.2 manual and distribution


If nothing else, this stuff should go to Bitsavers. As fas as the rest goes, I'm not sure if the Computer History Museum would be interested in some or all of it. They do have a "stuff we DO want / stuff we DON'T want" page on their site. If it isn't on either list, they might want it.
robertjones.x (03-08-20, 08:48 AM)
I'm in the Los Angeles area, and interested. I'd have to rent something to drive up and get the collection, so maybe we can discuss this offline to see what we can work out. Let me know what you think and I'll send contact info.

Thanks,
Rob

On Saturday, March 7, 2020 at 10:36:13 AM UTC-8, jmee wrote:
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