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    Question Emulator pdp-1 and soft for them

    Need emulator pdp-1 and soft for them.

    I am found emulator for pdp-1 with first computer game.
    But need emulator for run os and soft.

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    Default Re: Emulator pdp-1 and soft for them

    What you mean by pdp-1 because im dont understand.
    “Talk is cheap. Show me the code.- Linus Torvalds ”

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    Default Re: Emulator pdp-1 and soft for them

    Quote Originally Posted by pix07 View Post
    What you mean by pdp-1 because im dont understand.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PDP-1

    Need emulator.

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    Default Re: Emulator pdp-1 and soft for them

    Only to write real emulator dont exists.

    https://github.com/PDP-10/its/issues/1177
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    Default Re: Emulator pdp-1 and soft for them

    It doesn't exist?Why?

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    Default Re: Emulator pdp-1 and soft for them

    SIMH has a PDP-1 emu. But SIMH is kinda hard to use due to it using INI files for initialization of almost all devices. For example, here's my INI file I use with SIMH for my Ultrix-11 PDP-11 emu:

    set rq0 rd54 ;disk controller
    attach rq0 ultrix1131.disk ;attaching disk image
    attach tq0 ultrix31.tap ;attaching install tape image
    set cpu 11/73 4M ;configuring CPU

    boot rq0 ;actual boot

    And that INI is actually easy. I have more complicated ones. So, if you read the SIMH docs, you may be able to use it.

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