Index of /Distributions/Boot_Images

Icon  Name                    Last modified      Size  Description
[PARENTDIR] Parent Directory - [DIR] 2.11_on_Simh/ 2002-12-12 02:42 - [DIR] 2.11_on_rl02/ 1996-04-19 00:31 - [   ] 2.11_rp_unknown.gz 1998-02-01 02:08 33M [   ] 2.9BSD_rl02_1145.gz 1996-01-17 01:52 914K [DIR] Ultrix-3.1/ 2001-02-21 00:22 - [   ] v6_rl02_unknown.gz 1998-03-07 20:29 2.9M [   ] v7_rk05_1145.gz 1998-03-03 02:38 875K [   ] v7_rl02_1145.gz 1998-03-03 03:20 3.0M
This directory contains bootable disk images for some versions of PDP-11 UNIX.
In general, the images are compressed and have the name xx_yy_zz where xx is
the version of UNIX, yy is the type of disk, and zz is the type of PDP-11 for
which the image was built.

There are several other bootable disk images in the Distributions section:

	Distributions/research/Dennis_v5	RK05
	Distributions/research/Dennis_v6	RK05
	Distributions/research/Ken_Wellsch_v6	RK05
	Distributions/other/Torsten		RL02 (modified 7th Edition)
	Distributions/usdl/Minix-Unix		RK05

The user/password for the Torsten image is root/pdp. Also, the following
systems can be booted from tape:

	Distributions/ucb/2.9BSD
	Distributions/ucb/2.11BSD

Caveats
-------

Most of the images are not full-sized, as only the filesystem was dumped.
The swap space has been omitted. If you intend to use the images with a PDP-11
emulator, you may need to extend the images with null blocks. An RK05 disk
image should be 4,872 blocks (2,494,464 bytes) in size. An RL02 disk image
should be 20,480 (10,485,760 bytes) in size.

The disk images are in little-endian format. If you are running a PDP-11
emulator on a big-endian computer, you MAY have to byte-swap the image.
Check the emulator's documentation for details.

For the Ersatz emulator, you will need to rename the uncompressed disk
images to fit into MS-DOS' 8.3 file naming scheme. The images must end
with the .dsk suffix.


v6_rl02_unknown
---------------

6th Edition on an RL02, sent in by Tim Shoppa. I haven't looked at it yet,
but it must have a modified kernel as vanilla V6 didn't support RL02. If I
can find the kernel source, I'll certainly extract it and put it somewhere.

Example simulator initialisation files:

	Supnik 2.3d			Ersatz 2.0
	set cpu 18b			set cpu 45
	att rl0 v6_rl02_unknown		mount DL0: v6_rl02.dsk
	boot rl				boot DL0:

Following is what you will see and should type in if all goes well.

!unix					<-- you type unix
unix v6 11/23
mem = 99 KW max = 63
# 

v7_rl02_1145
------------

7th Edition UNIX on a RL02. This is pretty much full V7 with usr/doc omitted
to fit. The image should boot on some other models e.g 11/40. If it does/doesn't
boot on your system, let me know so I can update this file.

Example simulator initialisation files:

	Supnik 2.3d			Ersatz 2.0
	set cpu 18b			set cpu 45
	att rl0 v7_rl02_1145		mount DL0: v7_rl02.dsk
	boot rl				boot DL0:

Following is what you will see and should type in if all goes well.

@boot					<-- you type boot
New Boot, known devices are hp ht rk rl rp tm vt 
: rl(0,0)rl2unix			<-- you type rl(0,0)rl2unix
mem = 177856
# 


v7_rk05_1145
------------

7th Edition UNIX on a RK05. There's only enough here to boot, as the file system
has to fit into 4,000 blocks, i.e 2 Meg. You will want to bring the rest of 7th
Edition in after you get this to boot. The image should boot on some other
models e.g 11/40. If it does/doesn't boot on your system, let me know so I 
can update this file.

Example simulator initialisation files:

	Supnik 2.3d			Ersatz 2.0
	set cpu 18b			set cpu 45
	att rk0 v7_rk05_1145		mount DM0: v7_rk05.dsk
	boot rk				boot DM0:

Following is what you will see and should type in if all goes well.

@boot					<-- you type boot
New Boot, known devices are hp ht rk rl rp tm vt 
: rk(0,0)rkunix				<-- you type rk(0,0)rkunix
mem = 178816
# STTY -LCASE				<-- you type stty -lcase
#


2.9BSD_rl02_1145
----------------

I didn't build this so I have no idea how much of 2.9BSD it contains.
Compare with the 2.9BSD in the Distributions directory. It boots on an 11/45,
but I have no idea what else it will boot on.

Example simulator initialisation files:

	Supnik 2.3d			Ersatz 2.0
	set cpu 18b			set cpu 45
	att rl0 2.9BSD_rl02_1145	mount DL0: 29bsd_rl.dsk
	boot rl				boot DL0:

Following is what you will see and should type in if all goes well.

:boot				<-- you type boot

45Boot
: rl(0,0)rlunix			<-- you type rl(0,0)rlunix

Berkeley UNIX (Rev. 2.9.1) Sun Nov 20 14:55:50 PST 1983
mem = 135872

CONFIGURE SYSTEM:
xp 0 csr 176700 vector 254 attached
rk 0 csr 177400 vector 220 attached
hk ? csr 177440 vector 210 skipped:  No CSR
rl 0 csr 174400 vector 160 attached
rp ? csr 176700 vector 254 interrupt vector already in use
ht 0 csr 172440 vector 224 skipped:  No CSR
tm 0 csr 172520 vector 224 attached
ts 0 csr 172520 vector 224 interrupt vector already in use
dh ? csr 160020 vector 370 skipped:  No CSR
dm ? csr 170500 vector 360 skipped:  No autoconfig routines
dz ? csr 160110 vector 320 skipped:  No CSR
dz ? csr 160110 vector 320 skipped:  No CSR
dn 0 csr 175200 vector 300 skipped:  No autoconfig routines
vp ? csr 177500 vector 174 skipped:  No autoconfig routines
lp 0 csr 177514 vector 200 attached
Erase=^?, kill=^U, intr=^C
#