RE: JiffyDOS
Date: 2001-03-19 05:01:57

>for the transfer routines, then the RS-232C routines could be removed
>instead.  And device #2 could be made some kind of a PC-served storage

My personal C64 Kernal has #2 redirected to the serial bus so 64HDD can
provide a connection to the PC's RS232 ports (in a future release)... Pretty
slow (and almost pointless) if using standard IEC protocols, but should be
acceptable if JD transfers were supported...


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