Category : Assembly Language Source Code
Archive   : UNIVAC21.ZIP
Filename : FILELIST.DOC

 
Output of file : FILELIST.DOC contained in archive : UNIVAC21.ZIP
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PC/1100 (tm) Level 2R1

SHAREWARE VERSION FILE DISTRIBUTION LIST

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Queen City Software
423 Walnut Street
Suite #219
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17101-1908
(717) 234-4842
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The following files should be included in the UNIVAC21.ZIP file:

FILELIST.DOC - this document
INSTALL.DOC - installation instructions
ORDERFRM.DOC - order form for PC/1100 Standard & Professional
README.DOC - instructions on quick & standard startup
SETUP.BAT - batch configuration file - RUN THIS FIRST!
U.BAT - default batch file to run PC/1100
UCONFIG.EXE - Univac 1100/40 console configuration utility
UHISTORY.DOC - history of the Univac family of mainframes
UNIFLASH.ABS - demonstration program to be run by UNIVAC.EXE
UNIFLASH.ASM - Univac 1108 assembly source for UNIVAC.ABS
UNIVAC.EXE - Univac 1100/40 console emulator
UNIVAC.OPT - default UCONFIG option set
UNIVAC.PNL - default roller panel settings
UNIVAC.VDM - default video configuration (VGA 16 color)
UNIVAC-I.DOC - release information for Univac I
UNIVAC21.DOC - shareware documentation for PC/1100 Level 2R1
VCONFIG.EXE - video driver/mode configure & test utility

If any of the above files are missing, please contact Queen City
Software so that we may investigate.


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  3 Responses to “Category : Assembly Language Source Code
Archive   : UNIVAC21.ZIP
Filename : FILELIST.DOC

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

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