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Posted on April 05 2016 03:30
I am in the process of configuring FreeAXP on a Dell Latitude 6420 running Windows 7 Professional (64 bit). Since this is a laptop, the choice of dedicating an adapter to FreeAXP is not particularly viable. When running in the field, the wireless card is the only connection to the outside world, and Internet access is otherwise needed (e.g., for web browsing and a virtual Ubuntu system).
Does anyone have a good way to set up shared LAN access (presumably with separate IP addresses for Windows and OpenVMS? (The Virtual Box kit includes a shared LAN driver, but it does not seem to work with FreeAXP).
RE: Configuration of shared Ethernet Access -- Windows 7 Professional-64 bit
malmberg December 17 2016 I do not know what the status of the last known business that was handling the Digital PDP-11 os software.
malmberg December 17 2016 There is a special license for hobbyist to run some Digital's OSs on SimH/PDP-11 only.
Real hardware technically needs a new license.
bamchchnz December 14 2016 Hello, this is my first post to this news group. I have installed openVMS on Alpha and a small VAX. However a friend has just given me a microPDP11/73 which is running RT-11. However I'd like t
abrsvc October 21 2016 The license process takes a few days. I believe that it is processed in India so there are time zonesinvolved too.
bnovak October 18 2016 Is hobbyst license program still active? I have request license, today, when have to expect answer?
malmberg August 17 2016 The hobbyist license does not restrict you to a version of VMS for non-commercial use. For commercial use, HPE has programs for pre-sale testing of products.
VMS 8.4 is the current release.
user August 11 2016 Can I get license for OpenVMS 8.3 for testing TCP/IP services?