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First Post: Introduction

The aim of this blog is to record my experience experimenting with the PDP11.


This project started when I got a PiDP11 kit, so my experiences so far have been based on initial tinkering with that platform.


For those that aren't aware, the PiDP11 is a Raspberry Pi based reproduction of the PDP11/70. Running on the Raspberry Pi is a version of simh, the simulator for historic computer systems.


Not sure how this will go, because I'm not a very good writer of anything that isn't a report for work, but let's see.

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