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Nostalgia: SBC6120 - RBC Edition

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HardwareThe SBC6120 is a single board computer using the Harris HD-6120 CMOS “PDP-8 on a chip”. See Intersil 6100 on Wikipedia.
 
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USB DAC 128 mkII from Henry Audio

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HardwareThe USB DAC 128 mkII from Henry Audio is interesting.
 
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DREM - FDD and MFM/RLL HDD emulator

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HardwareFor people who cwant to use old computers: the DREM (DRive EMulator) is a commercial FDD & MFM/RLL HDD emulator or MFM SSD.
 
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FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE

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FreeBSDFreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE is here.
 
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MNT VA2000, an Amiga 2000 Graphics Card (Zorro II)

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NewsThis one is in the "Nostalgia isn't dead yet" category: MNT VA2000, an Amiga 2000 Graphics Card (Zorro II).
 
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OpenBSD 6.0

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OpenBSD/NetBSDOpenBSD 6.0 was released on September 1st, 2016.
 
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Avoiding data disasters with Sanoid

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News"Sanoid helps to recover from what I like to call "Humpty Level Events." In other words, it can help you put Humpty Dumpty back together again, on ZFS filesystems."
 
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Fedora 24

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GNU/LinuxFedora 24 has been released. Release notes, common bugs.
 
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FreeBSD: terminal emulators in ports tree

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FreeBSDIn the old days, people used terminals to access computers. A terminal was a physical box with a keyboard, screen and some connectivity to a computer (serial port, network or other port).
 
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Nostalgia: emulating a serial modem

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NewsIn the old days, computers had real serial ports, and used a serial modem to get online, by dialing to some BBS over the (fixed line) phone network. Today most people have mobile phones, and real serial modems doesn't make much sense anymore, unless you are going to set up your own phone network.
 
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