We will be at Dymon in Kanata for April. The board room is now open. In preparation for the topic, you will need to be able to run a hardware emulator called SimH Windows: https://github.com/simh/Win32-Development-Binaries/blob/Win32-Development-Binaries/simh-4.0-Current--2019-03-30-98f6aae3.zip <https://github.com/simh/Win32-Development-Binaries/blob/Win32-Development-Binaries/simh-4.0-Current--2019-03-30-98f6aae3.zip> macOS: brew install sim The mac install requires home-brew, which will take a while to install. There are good sites for the sequence you will need to follow. this one will work for Mojave: https://dev.to/berry_clione/install-homebrew-on-macos-mojave-4m3m <https://dev.to/berry_clione/install-homebrew-on-macos-mojave-4m3m> You can safely ignore the zsh in favour of bash. For Linux, you can follow any number of blog articles. Here is an older one: https://mike632t.wordpress.com/2013/03/24/installing-simh/ <https://mike632t.wordpress.com/2013/03/24/installing-simh/> I’ll have the parts you need for the interactive session available to download at the beginning of the meeting. Do not wait until the last minute to get sims installed.