On Wed, Jun 3, 2009 at 3:21 PM, Ethan Dicks <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > I've never worked with the C-64 version of Rabbit, but I do have a 4K ROM > Rabbit for my PET 2001-32N (3032) I also have a tape-loadable version of the Rabbit, with a 2K payload that gets installed at $7800 (there were different versions for 16K and 8K PETs, but I never had those). After years of trying to get replacement drive belts for my stack of C2N tape drives, I have _finally_ gotten a working tape drive (off the free table at the recent Vintage Computer Festival-Midwest) and have backed up my Rabbit install tape and uploaded it to ftp.zimmers.net:/incoming/cbm/pet-cbm *with* a readme. > and I just found the original manual > (though it's water-damaged and needs to be scanned). I have not scanned the manual (yet) but I did upload with the binary an ASCII copy of the manual which is accurate outside of any corrected original typos. > I personally have a shoebox-full of PET Rabbit tapes of stuff I wrote > c. 1979-1981 and of backups of commercials stuff... I was also able to recover a couple of those tapes, the Chimera and Hooptedoodle game sets and Creative Computing's "Conversational Games" (ELIZA and such). Additionally, I have a set of museum demo programs (for 16K PETs) from a late 1970s travelling exhibit on Energy and Energy Conservation (two versions of Hangman, "Driving for $$$" and an energy quiz). I have not yet uploaded these. I was pretty happy to have 98% success reading 30-35-year-old tapes. Now I just need to find which machine or parts drawer the 2532 with ROM Rabbit ended up in. -ethan Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2016-10-14 19:00:02
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