Hallo Richard, > Ruud: Your CP/M cartridge arrived today. Great job! Must return the favour > somehow. Any old 8bit hardware you're looking for? (note: might be rare in > the Netherlands, but common in England?) Still sorry for the real big delay but illness, tooooo much of work and hollidays delayed the shipping. My second computer was a ZX81. Through this one I got news of the existence of the ZX80. If you can find that one for me, please. But only if it is not to much trouble. The CP/M disks on FUNET work fine with this module. But if you have to reset for one or another reason, turn the C64 OFF!!! If you use a reset-button, it seems that something stays resident and the system won't start again. > Quick question: what's the maximum number of Commodore computers that can > be on the IEC bus? I'm using the serial bus as a way of networking C64s > but since each one has a pullup resistor on the serial bus bits, the line > drivers (7406 open collector hex invertors) will only be able to support a > few, much less than disk drives. Can I get away with 6 or 8 machines? Carefully cut the wire on the top of the resistor. If you need that specific C64 as solo-machine again, a drop of solder will connect the ends again. Groetjes, Ruud - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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