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The DEC PDP-7 Emulation Webpage

Last Updated: 16JAN2018

Latest News!

(11OCT2017) 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

  1. Obtain an emulator
  2. Obtain Installation Documentation
  3. Obtain Software
  4. Obtain Further Documentation
  5. Adding Additional Software
  6. Mailing Lists
  7. Other
  8. Related PDP-7 Links

Step 1. Obtain an emulator:

Step 2. Obtain Installation Documentation:

Step 3. Obtain Software:

Step 4. Obtain Further Documentation

 

Step 5. Adding Additional Software

Mailing Lists

Other

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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