Index of /Distributions/IBM/370/

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370_c_virgin_source.tar.gz2019-Aug-01 23:57:4763.1Kapplication/x-tgz
370_c_virgin_source.tu562019-Jul-31 02:43:02289.5Kapplication/octet-stream
370_unix.tar.gz2019-Aug-01 23:59:45100.8Kapplication/x-tgz
370_unix.tu562019-Jul-31 02:43:06289.5Kapplication/octet-stream
README2019-Nov-05 00:28:160.7Kapplication/octet-stream
image1.jpeg2019-Aug-01 23:44:12647.8Kimage/jpeg
image2.jpeg2019-Aug-01 23:44:14623.4Kimage/jpeg
modified_370_c_compiler.tar.gz2019-Aug-01 23:56:3896.6Kapplication/x-tgz
modified_370_c_compiler.tu562019-Jul-31 02:43:11289.5Kapplication/octet-stream
toms_blog_pt1.html2019-Nov-05 00:29:15715.8Ktext/html
toms_blog_pt2.html2019-Nov-05 00:29:16411.5Ktext/html
toms_blog_pt3.html2019-Nov-05 00:29:18743.1Ktext/html
unix370_c370_assembler.tar.gz2019-Aug-01 23:58:5734.1Kapplication/x-tgz
unix370_c370_assembler.tu562019-Jul-31 02:43:15289.5Kapplication/octet-stream
The four "tu56" files here come from four DECtapes read at the LCM+L.
They contain a port of 6th Edition Unix done by Tom Lyon and others
to IBM's System/370. An email from Stephen Jones says:

    Tom Lyon says that they were written using 'tp' on v6 unix pdp-1145.
    No errors on the reads :)

Warren Toomey used the 'tp' utility to extract the contents and create
more modern tar.gz archives of the tape images.

Tom has written a series of articles about this port of Unix on his blog;
the links are:


Local copies of these blog articles are copied here.
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