Logging into a 4.7 VMS system
|Creator:||Digital Equipment Corporation|
|This Version:|| 7.3 (for VAX)|
8.4 (for Alpha and Itanium)
9.2 (for x86)
VMS has been ported to x86 by VMS Software, Inc..
Supported machines (by example)
|VAX/VMS V4.0||VAX 8600|
|MicroVMS V4.0||MicroVAX I / MicroVAX II|
|VAX/VMS V5.0-2A||VAX 6000|
|OpenVMS AXP V1.0||Alpha|
VMS and OpenVMS can be run on SIMH's VAX simulators. OpenVMS can also run on ES 40 Emulator which will run the Alpha version. Although VMS is still a commercial operating system, just like many varieties of commercial UNIX and Windows, VMS Software, Inc. (which is the current owner of most of DEC's assets) has a hobbyist program which allows licenses to be obtained for non-commercial uses for the Alpha, Itanium, and x86 platforms.
There are currently no known hobbyist licenses for OpenVMS/VAX versions V5.x and higher.
See the following:
- [VSI OpenVMS Wiki
- OpenVMS release history (via Wayback machine).
- VSI OpenVMS Support Roadmap
- VAX/VMS Versions - "which VMS versions are supported on which CPUs"
|v • d • e VAX Computers and Operating Systems|
|VAX-11/7xx (including VAX 86x0) - VAX-11/780 • VAX-11/785 • VAX-11/750 • VAX-11/730 • VAX 8600 • VAX 8650|