Hallo Jeri, Congratulations :) > At the risk of upsetting people on this list I would > like some feedback on what people would like in a next > generation C= compatible machine. Having read the wishes of the others, what about an ISA- and/or PCI-interface? Then you can have AND network, AND SCSI, AND IDE, AND USB, and any other PC-card, being able to use already available products. And those who need drivers, many sources are available already. In this case of the ISA-bus I can humbly offer you some documents with the results of my research so far. Hey, using a 65816 means no pageswapping :) What I also realy would like is something that enables me to choose the KERNAL I want to start up with. Now I use a big EPROM and some switches. I also built a board which enables me to load my own KERNAL in SRAM and then, after a Reset, using that as new KERNAL. Having an harddisk attached, one could write a CONFIG file telling the momentary KERNAL which KERNAL to load and to startup with. Groetjes, Ruud http://Ruud.C64.org - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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