DEC VT1300

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The {{PAGENAME}} was a color X Window System graphics terminal with 4 or 8 bitplanes.  The X server code was downloaded from an external host and ran on a VAX CPU running the VAXELN operating system.  No local clients were implemented, all clients displayed on the terminal were running remotely.<ref>[ftp://ftp.linux-mips.org/pub/linux/mips/people/macro/DEC/DTJ/DTJ402/DTJ402PF.PDF "X Window Terminals"], Bjorn Engberg and Thomas Porcher, ''Digital Technical Journal'' 3(4), pp. 26-35, Fall 1991</ref>
 
The {{PAGENAME}} was a color X Window System graphics terminal with 4 or 8 bitplanes.  The X server code was downloaded from an external host and ran on a VAX CPU running the VAXELN operating system.  No local clients were implemented, all clients displayed on the terminal were running remotely.<ref>[ftp://ftp.linux-mips.org/pub/linux/mips/people/macro/DEC/DTJ/DTJ402/DTJ402PF.PDF "X Window Terminals"], Bjorn Engberg and Thomas Porcher, ''Digital Technical Journal'' 3(4), pp. 26-35, Fall 1991</ref>
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* {{manx details|1,21506|Digital Technical Journal, Volume 3, Number 4}}, Fall 1991
  
 
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Revision as of 02:02, 5 July 2014

DEC VT1300
Manufacturer DEC
Model VT1300
Communication
Interface ethernet

The DEC VT1300 was a color X Window System graphics terminal with 4 or 8 bitplanes. The X server code was downloaded from an external host and ran on a VAX CPU running the VAXELN operating system. No local clients were implemented, all clients displayed on the terminal were running remotely.[1]

Manx

References

  1. "X Window Terminals", Bjorn Engberg and Thomas Porcher, Digital Technical Journal 3(4), pp. 26-35, Fall 1991
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