[rescue] Unboxing: Shrinkwrapped CP/M 2.2
leaknoil at comcast.net
Thu Jul 16 00:13:17 CDT 2009
I'm not sure that makes your other system 'legal' if it was actually
ever illegal in the first place. Clearly labeled for the 1800. Its not
like I can go buy a Dell restore CD and install it on a IBM laptop and
say it's all good. Doesn't work that way.
Still who's even enforcing cp/m licenses ? Probably all pretty much fair
game at this point.
Bill Bradford wrote:
> When you bought software in the old days, you felt like you got something
> for your money other than a plastic DVD case.
> Digital Research CP/M 2.2, circa 1982:
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