>Hallo Marko, > >> I don't remember when I last mentioned this project. Anyway, I'm trying >> to connect my CBM 8032-SK to the PC so that I can transfer programs, and I >> want to build a 8-bit bidirectional cable with efficient handshaking. >> Basically I'm trying to adapt the interface that Frank Kontros designed >> for the C64. > >Have al ook at my project PC-IEEE. At this moment only an idea but the PC >should emulate an IEEE-drive. If you forget the software for the moment, >only a >cable needed, no extra hardware !!! (LPT must be bi-directional) > >I'm looking forward on any comment don't forget the user port ! - i used to drive a centronics printer from my 8032 in this way with handshaking - so if your pc parallel port can be configured to accept data coming in it'd be quite easy(??) ( as a mac man i've got no advice i can give about that end of things ! ) - i've got the 8032 listing to hand if it's wanted . ----------- email@example.com http://members.tripod.com/~petlibrary/ http://www.icpug.org.uk Commodore Forever ;-> - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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