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NCR 7900, 7901, 7910 emulation

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Hi there, i like to emulate a NCR 7900, 7901 or a 7910 terminal with a DEC VT510 or a WYSE terminal, i have a NCR tower XP and i don't have a main console to boot from :-(((
Is there someone out there who can help me set this up ???
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I don't know if this will help you or not, but there's a web apge at url

 http://www.man.poznan.pl/cwsa/32term-reviews.html

which reviews terminal emulators for PCs..   if your Tower system has a standard serial port, maybe you could put one of these on a PC, and control it that way using one of the terminal emulator programs...


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tfabian, you answered this twice.
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