Nothing has come my way, regarding my initial query. I'd appreciate a response, even
if it is in the negative.
I'm sorry my skills rate to be of zero help with the project. I can read a little C
and dabbled with x86 assembler years ago. Nothing of consequence there.
I'm an IBM mainframe CICS system programmer, with over 40 years of experience. If, by
some chance, solid mainframe assembler and decent COBOL skills can be of use, I'd be
delighted to pitch in.
From: Eli Duttman <eduttman(a)hotmail.com>
Sent: Sunday, January 17, 2016 2:00 PM
Subject: Very Old Machines
SeaBIOS seems to be a possibility for the ancient ISA bus machine reactivation project I
have begun. What's currently in ROM lacks INT 13H extension support and is not Y2K
compliant. When last used in the early 2000s, entering a 2nnn year seemed to be OK. An
EEPROM is not present and any "load" would have to burned into 1 or more
TIA, for any replies.
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