[SATLUG] OT: Surplus Hardware & Vintage Software & Books

Joe Machos null.div.zero at gmail.com
Mon Jul 14 22:49:10 CDT 2014


I would love to have those early dos & windows software disks. I'm a nostalgia junky.

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From: "Alan Lesmerises" <alesmerises at satx.rr.com>
Sent: ‎7/‎14/‎2014 9:14 PM
To: "SATLUG Mail Group" <satlug at satlug.org>
Subject: [SATLUG] OT:  Surplus Hardware & Vintage Software & Books

I've been doing some spring cleaning and have some extra hardware and 
some really old books & software that I wanted to offer up to the group 
before I throw it out (see below).

I know there is some of that stuff for that OTHER operating system that 
so many of you dislike, but I also suspect that some of you still like 
to play with really old or oddball hardware that might actually want 
this, so don't be hatin'!

Just contact me off-list if you're interested.

Al Lesmerises

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Hardware:

Epson ActionPrinter 5000
- Includes USB to Centronics cable, dust cover, box of 6 brand new ribbons
APC SU700RMNET rack mount UPS
- Appears to only need batteries, includes APC serial cable
Dell Dimension B110
- 512 MB, I think it's either 2.53 or 2.8 GHz
- CD-RW, floppy, internal modem, NO hard drive
5 1/4" floppy drive w/cable & some blank disks
Low Profile Firewire card w/cable
IOGear 4-port KVM switch, NO cables
DVD-ROM drive, beige
A few miscellaneous cables
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Software (all MS-DOS or early Windows vintage, ~mid 90's or earlier):

Myst (1996) and Official Strategy Guide
Borland C++ with Turbo Assembler
- Includes all manuals and floppies (5 1/4" & 3 1/2")
Microsoft Fortran Compiler (circa mid 1980's)
- Includes manual & disks (5 1/4" & copied to 3 1/2")
Microsoft QuickBasic 4.0 (1987)
- Includes all manuals & disks (5 1/4" & copied to 3 1/2")
QuickBasic Advanced Programming Tools - Mark Goodwin (1989, MIS Press)
- Includes book & disks (5 1/4" & copied to 3 1/2")
Peter Norton's Assembly Language Book for the IBM PC (1989, Brady)
- Includes book & disks (5 1/4" & copied to 3 1/2")
Spontaneous Assembly by (1990, base two Development)
- Includes book & disks (3 1/2")
absoft Pro FORTRAN 77, FORTRAN 90, C/C++ (circa 1997)
- Includes manuals & CD, and License for IMSL libraries

Plus a variety of other application software & utilities for DOS, early 
Windows, & some XP compatible stuff
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Books (all MS-DOS or early Windows vintage, ~mid 90's or earlier):

The Peter Norton Programmer's Guide to the IBM PC (1985, Microsoft Press)
Using Assembly Language, 2nd Edition - Allen Wyatt (1990, Que)
Assembly Language Quick Reference - Allen Wyatt (1989, Que)
Programming Windows - Charles Petzold (1990, Microsoft Press)
Inside AutoCAD, Fifth Edition - Raker & Rice (1989, New Riders Publishing)
MS-DOS Functions, Programmer's Quick Reference Series - Ray Duncan 
(1988, Microsoft Press)
DOS Power User's Guide - Kris Jamsa (1988, Osborne)
DOS The Complete Reference - Kris Jamsa (1987, Osborne)
The Waite Group's Tricks of the MS-DOS Masters - Angermeyer, et. al. 
(1987, Sams & Co.)
The Waite Group's MS-DOS Developer's Guide, 2nd Ed. - Angermeyer, et. 
al. (1989, Sams & Co.)
2 Manuals for AutoCAD 11 (circa 1990)
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