Gregg Levine firstname.lastname@example.org [hercules-390]
2018-10-27 02:18:00 UTC
I've been doing some itinerant research for an interesting Hercules on
a Raspberry Pi project, other than VM/370. And I came across an
interesting entry in the OS directory, besides the usuals there is
also on concerning an RTOS extension that was either written by them
and fed back to IBM, then, or perhaps written for them by IBM itself.
Now the really crazy and bouncing off all four walls one, does this
particular gem exist someplace? This isn't the Goddard spool program
collection, this is something else, it might have what was used to
help us start for the Moon.
That's because in the same PDF regular directory not the S/360 one, is
one for NASA, and inside it are the recovered ones for the Saturn V,
and most of us know that the former IBM Federal Systems Division built
the computers who rode on the Gemini capsules and the Saturns, and
also on the Shuttles.
I realize this is a lot to consider for a Friday when most of us would
rather relax, but so it goes.
Oh and only two of us besides myself, will definitely get this, and
both of them have an audience looking over their screens.
Gregg C Levine ***@gmail.com
"This signature fought the Time Wars, time and again."