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k5054 wrote:
Unix running in 256Kb RAM with a 10 MB HD. Hard to believe. But true.

Luxury!
PDP-11, 128kb, 2.5MB disk pack (yes, removable hard disks, 2 drives but one only worked most of the time.)
Even ran in 64k (though a bit unstable) when one of the core mem cards got a bit flaky and was sent to DEC for repair (yes they actually repaired memory back then.)

Most of the time though ran AT&T Unix v6, v7 worked bt too much of a memory hog and didn't provide anything new that was required.
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