[Intel-devsys] irmx-80 diskettes
Bill Beech (NJ7P)
nj7p at nj7p.info
Thu Aug 15 15:38:15 MDT 2019
Indeed I have 5 each 8-inch disks here for RMX/80.
9500013-03 Ver 1.3, RMX/80 Real-time Multitasking executive for iSBC
80/20 and 80/20-4, SD.
9500018-03 Ver 1.3, RMX/80 Real-time Multitasking executive for iSBC
9700016-03, Ver 1.3, RMX/80 Real-time Multitasking executive for iSBC
80/20 and 80/20-4, DD.
9700020-03, Ver 1.3, RMX/80 Extensions for iSBC 80/10, iSBC 80/20,
80/20-4, and 80/30, DD.
9700021-03, Ver 1.3, RMX/80 Real-time Multitasking executive for iSBC
The SD disks should not be hard to copy. The DD may be trickier. I
suspect they are in 3740 format SD but M2FM format DD. I suspect I will
need to write a program for the MDS II to create an image file on the
PC. I need to think about it some more, once I get the other board for
Jon H. done and both tested. And I need to get some simulators to
compile again and run, at least as far as the monitors are concerned. I
also need to get versions of CP/M-80 to run on the OEM simulators. I
also have several books I have collected to scan. So my queue is pretty
On 8/15/2019 9:34 AM, Herb Johnson wrote:
> Biil, someone asked me about 8-inch diskettes with iRMX-80 on them. Of
> course I don't have them. So I started looking around for this. This
> doesn't seem to be available "on the Web" or among the intel-dev
> I searched your Intel Google Drive and then the archive of our
> Intel-dev discussion, for mention of iRMX-80. The only significant
> mention is your Sept 2018 purchase of five iRMX-80 diskettes from
> eBay. I didn't find subsequent email traffic on your results with
> those diskettes. And I don't see any iRMX80 disk images in any of the
> by-person folders in your Google drive. I checked Mark Ogden's gethub;
> no iRMX80 stuff there. One other reference but it seems a dead end.
> I'll detail it as a PS.
> Bill, it is still a good "find" to have disks with iRMX-80. Thanks for
> spending the $$$ to get them. I know doing work is tough for you;
> there's no priority for this just because somebody asked me about it.
> But what's the status of those physical diskettes, and were you able
> to image them in some fashion?
> Regards, Herb
> PS: Jon Hales did something with a bunch of Intel diskette
> label-descriptions posted around Aug 2018. Mark Ogden commented about
> the list, and mentioned this:
> 950017.06 looks like irmx80 v2.4
> I have no idea what Jon was doing. But I could not find a disk-image
> with that 950017.06 designation.
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