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From: Jim McCarthy (jkmccarthypacbell.net)
Date: Wed Dec 17 2008 - 17:33:03 CST
FYI, there is also "Personal Alpha" for hobbyists available here:
(which boots OpenVMS also :-). Link to Download is in the left column.
Commercial users should follow the link to CHARON-AXP also in the left
P.S. Banner across the top of the page above foreshadows a web site name
change (owing to merger of companies), so future readers of this page may
need to begin here:
where at present the "Downloads" drop-down menu-bar has an entry "Alpha
Virtualization" that expands to include "Personal Alpha Freeware"). Direct
link appears to be:
Note the on-line user "Forum" has at least as much (if not more) helpful
information on installation than does the "Online documentation" for
> Jeff Garzik wrote:
>> Are there any alpha emulators lying around?
Alan Young replied:
> There are two that I'm aware of.
> Qemu has apparently has some kind of beginnings of alpha emulation.
> It's at http://bellard.org/qemu .
> And there's a es40 emulator that has pages at http://www.es40.org and
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/es40 . According to it's wiki, this
> one apparently can boot OpenVMS.
> I haven't tried either as I still have a 264DP. :-)
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