Mini-Monitor, A Secondary Disk Monitor for the PDP-8

R. S. Lewis, Science Research Council, Rutherford Laboratory,
Chilton, Didcot, Berkshire, England

The program allows large numbers of core images to be saved
on disk by name, but independent of the DEC Monitor. The
restrictions normally imposed by the limit on the number of
file names available are thus avoided.

Minimum Hardware:
4K PDP-8, DF32 Disk
Other Programs Needed:
DEC Monitor SYSIO Head
Storage Requirement:
3 contiguous pages of core
Only contiguous saves available.
No swapping-out of core
Source Language:

Catalog:July 1973