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Saturday 4th February 2017
The Great Pretender

I surrender myself two the law! I did it! I stole a dirty filty pirated copy of "The Operating System" for The Corvus Concept Computer.

I "Copied that Floppy", and then did an R$B dance to "The Police" station. And when I met with Captain Sting he said: "We are all just spirits in the material world."

It''s just so tragic that I did not pay any pennies to Heaven because you see...

"The Operating System" is no longer supported. The company that made it is out of business. The guy who wrote it is dead. And the sourcecode of the operating system is now available at www.computerhistory.org. Of course I am talking about Windoze 10, um I mean CP/M.


Friday 18th May 2012
Mike

Hi Kirby!

A guy called Curt is building a ''Corvus Systems Museum'' site and I''m sure he might be interested in your Corvus system manual...

curt at atarimuseum dot com


Wednesday 14th March 2012
Kirby (USA)

I keep clearing out "junk" and finding strange things. Does anyone have a use for a 1980 Corvus Systems manual titled,"CORVUS UTILITIES FOR CP/M Reference $ Installation." It is 5.5" by 8.5" and spiral bound, approximately 100 pages. Let me know soon or it goes in recycle.


Thursday 9th June 2011
peter sandilands (Australia)

VRAM was mapped in main memory. So each pixel on screen was a bit in the main memory


Tuesday 11th May 2004
Cool (USA)

Wow, this thing is cool! It looks like an alto!





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