Re: Remote control of a PET

From: Ethan Dicks (
Date: 2008-03-06 18:14:22

On Thu, Mar 6, 2008 at 4:57 PM, B Degnan <> wrote:
>  >>  I have a later pet with a strange coax port daughterboard used in some
>  >>  sort of communications.  Sorry I cannot be specific.
>  >
>  > That sounds intriguing... do you have any photographs posted?  If so,
>  > with enough detail to read the numbers off the chips?
>  Ethan,
>  Here are the pics I have of the system, these may or may not be detailed
>  enough for you.  Jack Rubin mailed it to me a while back.

Hmm... I think I've pix of that before - perhaps when it first surfaced.

>  ...I have only been able to get the system to boot up once, it's still a
>  work in progress.

OK.  Good luck.

>  I believe I also owe you or someone in this group the schematics for a
>  fast bus cartridge for a B-series CBM.

Not me.  I have a P500 mobo, but I've never owned whole B-series
machine.  I drooled over them briefly when all I had was a 32K PET,
but I quickly transferred my interest (and my savings) towards the
C-64 when it came out. Nothing wrong with the B-series, but at the
time, the C-64 was much, much cooler.


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