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INMOS Technical Note 3: Getting started with the TDS

Getting started with the TDS

David Cormie

8 pages.

This document explains how to install the IMS D700C which is the IBM PC/IMS B004 version of the Transputer Development System (TDS) and how to enter, compile, and run a simple occam program.

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Date Published : October 1987

Manufacturer : INMOS

Platform : Transputer






This exhibit has a reference ID of CH40211. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

INMOS Technical Note 3: Getting started with the TDS

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