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The DEC PDP-7 Emulation Webpage
Last Updated: 16JAN2018
Starting to update the webpages after a decade long haitus, additionally the webpages just moved from the homedirectory at my old ISP, to a server of mine.
- (22JAN2006) Links on this webpage updated.
- (20JAN2006) SIMH V3.5-2 released.
- (31OCT2003) All links on the site have been updated to reflect the new location of Al Kossow's Documentation archive which has been moved to http://www.bitsavers.org/pdf.
- (30OCT2003) Due to a recent disk loss, Al Kossow's documentation archive has moved to http://www.bitsavers.org/pdf. I haven't had time to update the links on this site that link to his site.
- (12SEP2003) SIMH V3.0-2 Released
- (01DEC2001) The PDP-10 Emulation page expands to be the DEC Emulation Website.
Table of Contents
- Obtain an emulator
- Obtain Installation Documentation
- Obtain Software
- Obtain Further Documentation
- Adding Additional Software
- Mailing Lists
- Related PDP-7 Links
Step 1. Obtain an emulator:
- Bob Supnik's simh
- Good multiplatform support
- Current Release Version 3.5-2 (last updated January 20th, 2006)
Step 2. Obtain Installation Documentation:
Step 3. Obtain Software:
- UNIX (no known copy still exists) was born on the PDP-7
- SIM-8 Bob Supnik's site
Step 4. Obtain Further Documentation
Step 5. Adding Additional Software
Related PDP-7 Links
- The Creation of the UNIX Operating System: The famous PDP-7 comes to the rescue
- The Third DEC computer in Australia (old site via archive.org)
- Tore S. Bekkedal's PDP-7 Restoration project (old site via archive.org)
- PDP-7 / PDP-9 Systems - DEC
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