There are no other files named basic.opr in the archive.
This tape contains the following files:
BASIC.OPR ;This file
To install, do the following:
(1) Rename your old BASXCT.EXE, if one exists, for the benefit of
users with BASIC .SAV files.
000140/ 424163 702121 ;'BASX11' in sixbit
(2) Install BAS???.EXE on SYS:.
(3) Install BAS???.HLP on HLP:, BASIC.RNO on RNO:, AND BASIC.MEM on
DOC:. Make an entry in SYS:NOTICE.TXT announcing the new version,
telling users to type "HELP BASNEW" for information on new features.
Read BASIC.BWR and inform any who might be affected by known errors.
(4) This version of BASIC is released to run only from device SYS:.
If any other area is to be used, the low segment address 1747 (octal)
must be changed to the new sixbit device name.
If it is desired to run BASIC from the NEW: area instead of from SYS:,
the following instructions should be used.
001747/ 637163 000000 ;'SYS' in sixbit
.D 564567 0 1747 ;Deposit sixbit 'NEW'
.E 1747 ;Check it out to be safe
001747/ 564567 000000 ;Looks good
.SSA BASIC ;Re-SSAVE BASIC
BASIC is now set up to run from device NEW:. All .EXE files must now
reside on NEW:.
(5) The message:
? System error - please contact computer center
followed by the running of a fresh BASIC core image indicates a monitor
or hardware error, or an internal error in BASIC. If the former two
causes can be eliminated and the problem persists but is not simply
reproducible, obtain a core image of BASIC for subsequent analysis:
a) Deposit 264000 000162 in location 141.
b) Deposit a suitable ASCIZ message in 142-161.
BASIC will then give this message before exiting to the monitor,
instead of running a new core image of itself. The message should
tell the user to save the core image at once and inform the system
manager, who should
c) Collect and send all such core images on magnetic tape
with as much information as is available on an SPR.