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OpenVMS Hobbyist Program | Hobbyists and OpenVMS | Introduction Forum
Author Hey there!
SirRoadwolf
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Posts: 1
Joined: 26.09.20
Posted on September 26 2020 02:29
Greetings all,

I am a 28 year old technician, who has been working with an OpenVMS based SCADA system for the past 10 years. I am by no means an expert, as it is but one of 18 different systems that I take care of. But I am hoping to learn more and share what knowledge I do have.

I am happy to have found a forum for discussion on this topic. I am currently trying to research how to replace a failed DEClaser 3500 printer, with a newer printer, and figured I could just figure out the DEC printer's IP and set the new printer to that IP, but that is seeming to be harder than I thought.
Author RE: Hey there!
malmberg
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Posts: 530
Joined: 15.04.08
Posted on September 27 2020 03:14
It depends on how you are queuing to the DEClaser 3500.

I am going from my faulty memory here, but as I remember the DEClaser printer supported both LAT and TCP/IP, and possibly a local connection.

It also depends on if you used CPS (Former DCPS) to communicate with it.

In either case, you are likely to need to setup a telnetsym connection to the printer instead of a latsym connection.

latsym did not use an IP address.

For CPS, you will probably need to set it up as a generic PostScript printer, if it is not one of the types known to it.

I have not touched any of this printing on VMS stuff for other than about 20 years, other than to plug a USB printer into a VMS system and do a test print it.
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malmberg
August 04 2022
No more VAX hobbyist licenses. Community licenses for Alpha/IA64/X86_64 VMS Software Inc. Commercial VMS software licenses for VAX available from HPE.

ozboomer
July 20 2022
Just re-visiting.. No more hobbyist licenses? Is that from vmssoftware.com, no 'community' licenses?

valdirfranco
July 01 2022
No more hobbyist license...sad

mister_wavey
February 12 2022
I recall that the disks failed on the public access VMS systems that included Fafner

parwezw
January 03 2022
Anyone know what happened to FAFNER.DYNDS.ORG? I had a hobbyist account here but can longer access the site.

gtackett
October 27 2021
Make that DECdfs _2.1A_ for Vax

gtackett
October 27 2021
I'm looking for DECdfs V2.4A kit for VAX. Asking here just in case anyone is still listening.

MarkRLV
September 17 2021
At one time, didn't this web site have a job board? I would love to use my legacy skills one last time in my career.

malmberg
January 18 2021
New Hobbyist PAKs for VAX/VMS are no longer available according to reports. Only commercial licenses are reported to be for sale from HPE

dfilip
January 16 2021
Can someone please point me to hobbyist license pak? I'm looking for VAX/VMS 7.1, DECnet Phase IV, and UCX/TCPIP ... have the 7.1 media, need the license paks ... thanks!

Bart
October 16 2020
OpenVMS, and this website!

malmberg
September 05 2020
VSI community non-commercial licenses for AXP/IA64 are available now.

malmberg
September 05 2020
See the forum about licensing. Don't know if HPE hobby licenses still being issued. Commercial licenses still being sold.

silfox70
September 01 2020
I need the license for OpenVMS7.3. Where can I find them?

malmberg
August 29 2020
Eisner, which is currently being moved, got an SSH update and the keys were updated to more modern encryption standards.

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