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B > BULL  > TTX 80 / 85 / 90


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Bull  TTX 80 / 85 / 90 computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Tuesday 27th December 2022
Jonatan Khalil Seletti (Argentina)

Good evening!! I am looking for some image of the boot disks.

Thursday 8th April 2010
Guido Gybels (Belgium)

I worked for CII-Honeywell Bull in Belgium from 1977 into the ''80s.
I was a uC freak so I was the first to repair most pcb''s of the (CPT) TTX machines in our repair Center in Brussels.
It was a bit tricky, because I did not obtain original schematics.
I did have NO software, apart from the executables pm floppy and in the ROM inside the machine.
Internally it used an inter-pcb bus with extra states ("on top of the normal" 8080 cycles).
After half a year I repaired all the pcb''s in house, reducing turn-around time, stock size and costs for our field engineers.
The display controller generated a (ECL) video signal from a 55MHz dot clock which was fasssst for that time and type of machines.
I have good memories about this machine. It worked nicely. Never got to using the cp/m disks... perhaps the old uC club members within the Bull personnel had more experience with that.

Thursday 8th March 2007
Axel Pfaender (Berlin)
ITF Graphic Design

Today, i entered an office, where people are still working with this system (though CPT-branded)!! This is 2007. They store the files on 8" floppy-discs!! Apparently there still is one technician alive in Berlin doing their maintenance.

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