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The Cyber Emulator (dtcyber)

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Times of operation: 24 / 7
Machine Type: CDC Cyber 175 emulation
Year of introduction: 2004
CPU Type: Cyber 170 (RISC processor)
emulated on Intel Core Duo
Number of processors: 1
Main memory: 256 kWords -> 2 MBytes
Word length: 60 bit
Binary compatibility: up to the CDC 6600 (1964)
Local storage: emulated disks
emulated Tape drives
emulated card reader/punch, printer
Network connectivity: 10 MBit Ethernet through
Specified performance: about 5 MFlops
about a CDC 7600
Measured peak performance: ?????
Operating system: NOS 2.8.7 L871 (60 bit Cyber 170 mode)
Commercial products installed: Fortran V compiler (FTN5)
Free software installed: none
Donated by: Gerard van der Grinten and Tom Hunter

This machine is not connected to our general password distribution scheme. The usernames "guestn" have password "guestn", where n=0,1,...,16; please DO NOT CHANGE. All useraccounts have password "initial", please change upon first login. Please read the documentation below to learn about how to login and use the Network Operating System (NOS).

Links related to this machine:
- Transfering files from/to the Cyber 960 or dtcyber
- Short form users guide for NOS (includes specific logon-information valid for NOS and terminal emulation hints) (written by Cray-Cyber)
- Short form command reference to NOS (Cray-Cyber)
- A sample session with the Cyber 960 or dtcyber (by Michael A. Covington) - original location here

On-line documentation may be accessed via the HELP and EXPLAIN commands when logged in, see short form users guide.

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Document last modified on: Sun, 12.October.2014 16:07:01