[LispM-Hackers] Interrupts work (mostly), and Yet Another Question
Mon Mar 11 13:29:00 2002
Carl Shapiro wrote:
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2002 15:46:43 -0500
> I suppose its possible I have some of this stuff on some of these tapes I can no longer read,
> but that's another story.
> Believe it or not - about a year and a half ago I had to reverse
> engineer the tape format used by the Explorer to recover some assets
> belonging to the company I work for. If anybody out there has a tape
> that was written by an Explorer (or a Lambda), I have both the drives
> and the software to read it with.
Hmmm. I have a case of tapes. I also have explorers with drives, but
both tapes and drives are in pretty bad shape. I generally have to disassemble
the cartridge and replace at lease the rubber band with one from a new cartridge,
and still I can't usually restore an entire FILE band without a tape error, and
I've not yet taken the time to write something that could capture what I can read.
But I have a SCSI drive on my sparc that should be able to read the tapes if I
had the software.
Could you possibly send me the software?
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