While playing with my A500 recently, I had the idea to try out the TCP Stacks available for this platform. Since the little Amiga lacks a decent ethernet card I had to get along with the internal serial port and a SLIP connection. With 9600 Baud this is very slooow. So I kept on searching . . . → Read More: plip2slip 0.1 released
So many month passed by and no update here… I wasn’t lazy (at least not all the time and so I’ll give you a short summary what retro projects I’ve been involved with lately:
DiskFreeezerX – My pet project that aims to build a standalone disk capture device… Should come very handy for partys or . . . → Read More: What I’ve done lately…
Now with ZoomFloppy device hitting the streets and a growing number of Mac users that own this device its about time to give them decent software packages to work with. I already started the OpenCBM on Mac page quite some time ago when I started to help porting the code for Macs. I reworked the . . . → Read More: Nibtools on Mac added and OpenCBM on Mac updated
From time to time I get requests of users who want to buy or build their own dtv2ser device from the schematics I published in previous dtv2ser versions. Unfortunately, I only ordered a small number of prototype boards and those boards are already all sold out. For most users the schematic is too difficult to . . . → Read More: dtv2ser 0.5 released
With christmas time the presents arrive… Nate Lawson presented the beta of his incredible XUM1541 USB to IEC/parallel adapter for OpenCBM. I was immediately amazed by this project and built my own version of the XUM1541. I had the chance to help out testing the software on Macs even in its early stages, so everything . . . → Read More: XUM1541 and OpenCBM for Mac
LTNS! Yes, indeed… it took quite a while to finish this new version, but its really worth the wait!
dtv2ser 0.4 now supports all new features of dtvtrans 1.0 including init after reset, BASIC loading, saving and RUN. Furthermore, full flash support was added!
If you are impatient then just head over to the dtv2ser . . . → Read More: dtv2ser 0.4 released!
Puh, finally my 1541U cartridge has a decent case! I created one myself starting with a generic case at the price of about one EUR…
Have a look at my Lallafa’s 1541U DIY Cartridge Case Page for more details!
I just built my sd2iec device board from Shadowolf. Its really small and compact so I thought why not integrate it into my modded DTV with the original joystick case. I don’t wanted to sacrificy the battery case so I knew there is not much place left…
With a lot of cramming and fiddling . . . → Read More: sd2iec in DTV Joystick
Finally dtv2ser 0.3 is ready for prime time!
Grab your copy here: dtv2ser Homepage
The new version introduces a fully automatic bootstrap command that brings an unmodified DTV (with only a DB9 joystick connector attached) into dtvtrans mode in a few minutes without manual intervention. A normal mode types in TLR’s boot.txt basic booter . . . → Read More: dtv2ser 0.3 released
The MMCReplay is the newest cartridge from Individual Computers for your C64. It combines the well-known Retro Replay cartridge with a RRNet ethernet adapter and a MMC 64 cartridge on a single board that fits into a single case.
Sounds awesome? It is! Mine arrived during this week and today I had the time to . . . → Read More: My MMCReplay arrived