A picture by John Wisniewski of a Digital coffee cup in the original light blue color (before shift to "dried blood" red). This coffee cup was from the Dallas ACT (Application Center for Technology). The Dallas ACT was one of the last surviving ACT where several user groups met, webs were surfed, and technology demonstrated. John "retired" these cups to friends and associates.
Date: March 20 2008
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RoMo17on March 23 2008 23:35
What is the fortune cookie saying? "You are admired for your accomplishments"?
Well, serving 14-15 users with an application for VAX/RDB with only 32 MByte RAM isn't bad!
openingon March 23 2016 21:28
Strange it's not giving you numbers for lottery...
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.
jiml July 11 2020 ssh to eisner is now giving (on linux) "WARNING: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED!" , Has the server key in fact changed ? Of WHO can we ask that somewhere on the eisner webpage they
wyan May 06 2020 Turns out I had an account here, it still was set to my location a decade ago, so hey, I'm back after over a decade!
Hein April 21 2020 Hi all, haven't been here in years. Good to see it is all there still. I'm looking around at the forum to stop/start msipcap - 'could not be stopped' - for now. I'll shutdown FreeA
EstesDave January 09 2020 does anyone have or know of DRB32 manuals