> Hi Dave, > > Do you know enough about the 6702 checks now to modify the original binaries > to bypass them? > > I have a version of Waterloo microEditor where the check was removed by ISPUG > members. Before the 6702 emulation was added, I played around with microBASIC > in VICE for a couple of hours. I started tracking from _suicide and was able > to get it to display the banner but it crashed before the prompt. I've only > been using the 6809 for a short time. > > I'd really like to see the protection removed from the Waterloo disks. On > SuperPETs with 3 boards, the 6702 is on a daughtercard that is removable. > Some SuperPETs may no longer have a 6702. This includes one of mine; I > donated its 6702 to be decapped and photographed. The 6702 is also the only > component preventing a SuperPET hardware replica. > > Thanks, > Mike Mike, I have just finished removing the 6702 protection from the second release of the Waterloo Language disks (in D64 format). It took a bit longer than I thought - because I ended up confusing myself once or twice in the process! I believe I have got everything now. I have also added some "Hello Dave" programs in all of the different languages to the first disk as a test. It took a while to remember my COBOL and APL! If I write a Word document (detailing what I have done to remove the code) and send it and the two D64 images to you - could you put it on your website for other interested parties? Regards, Dave Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2012-04-15 20:00:09
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