I have a Lisp Machine that I can speak telnet to but would really rather
do SUPDUP. However I've never heard of a SUPDUP (see RFC
736) implementation for Linux. Has anyone heard of such a beast?
I'm also curious to know if anyone has heard of an implementation of
ChaosNet for Linux. ChaosNet was a suite of protocols similar in
functionality to IP/TCP developed at MIT back in the 1970s. ChaosNet was
used quite a bit between PDP10s running ITS and Multics and Lisp Machines,
as well as various other systems they had floating around which were
capable of some sort of ethernet-like networking.
I'd love to be able to do SUPDUP over ChaosNet, particularly, but that's
probably asking too much.
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