Christian Stich wrote: > > Don't know, but when Voelkner Elektronik in Germany was closing out the > remaining CBM 710/720 machines in 1988/89 they also sold an adaptor that > plugged into the cassette port to allow you to hook up IEC devices. The > adaptor was barely bigger than a cassette connector with an IEC port at the > back, so chances are that it didn't contain any electronics. That's correct, there was a text processor cartridge for the CBM-II series that contained the code access CBM serial devices via that adaptor on the cassette port. And I think it was Ullrich von Bassewitz who made a new kernal for the CBM-II that has that serial support already built in. His homepage should be easy to find, it also has the cc65 compiler. Nicolas - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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