From: Nicolas Welte (no_spam_at_x1541.de)
Date: 2007-12-20 13:20:53
Josef Angstenberger wrote: > Hello Jim > > Jim Brain schrieb: >> Can some non-English speaker help me here? Since he did not provide an >> address, I think he wants a picture of the unit, but I'm not sure. > > He's German and I'm sure he wants a sample of the "C= Key Interface" > hardware. In German sample and pattern are the same word: Muster. > > Cevi is a German abbreviation for C64. That Magazine is distributed as > PDF and I think he wants to write a testing article about the hardware. > > If there's need to translate anything, just contact me. This is correct. I was in contact with Rene Bruns before, and he is somewhat obsessed with keyboard interfaces. His technical understanding is somewhat limited, he keeps stating that C=key is exactly the same as the PC=key from the IDE64 guys, even though they use different microcontrollers. It seems he now wants a test sample to write a test report for his magazine. But initially he intended to build such a keyboard interface (and distribute it?), and was looking for help with this. But he has no idea where to get the parts, how to program them, nothing :) BTW, I also tried to build the simple version of your (Jim's) interface for C64 keyboard to DTV interfacing. I never could get it working, but with a simple hardware change and another firmware based on mmc2iec it finally works now :) http://jledger.proboards19.com/index.cgi?board=dtvhacking&action=display&thread=1192816901 http://joco.homeserver.hu/mmc2iecKB/ Nicolas Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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