On the other side of things, IEEE support has been added to the xum1541 firmware a few weeks ago. So the next binary distribution of OpenCBM will let you access IEEE-488 drives via ZoomFloppy from your PC. Thanks to Tommy Winkler for that work. -Nate On 5/30/2011 1:35 PM, Steve Gray wrote: > For me, a simple solution that plugs directly onto the PET IEEE card edge > connector would be best. I'm not likely to have additional drives. If a solution > can be made that's small and simple that would be great. It's too bad there is > no power on the IEEE connector to power the unit, so we'd need to tap the > cassette port again. I'd probably pick up a couple units if they were in the $50 > price range give or take. > > Its been a long wait for a complete plug-and-play solution for PET card > storage.... > > Steve > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-05-31 05:00:03
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