Richard Atkinson wrote: > This has now been discussed, but I have been wondering about a related > subject - how to detect between a 6510 and an 8500. LUnix has a command First, you can detect a 128 by it's additional hardware and therefore can sort out the 8502. You can also distinguish between 6510 and 8500 if the computer is without any damage by testing for $de00 compatibility (running programs in I/O or colorram space), because this works only on the 8500. So if it works, you have a 8500. If it doesn't, you can have a bad system or a 6510 CPU. But I don't know how to distinguish between 6569 and 8565 from a program. No problem if you look at the video output, but there's no feedback for that ;-) Nicolas - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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