On Tue, 27 Nov 2001, [ISO-8859-1] Marko Mäkelä wrote: > Dear Robert, > > I don't know of any USB related project for the Commodores. But I don't > think it's impossible; one could possibly find enough information in the > USB driver source code of Linux or BSD systems, even if the relevant > standard documents cannot be obtained at a reasonable cost. Let's see if > anyone on the cbm-hackers list warms up for this idea. I havent read anything beyond this point, cause I dont really have time on my hands these days. What's important is that its relatively easy to make the c64 a usb "guest", by using a specialized microcontroller with its 0own usb interface. The c64 can't be a usb host controller in this case, but it can act as a guest, fetcing data/info/etc from the host PC. I believe I saw it referenced at linuxdevices.com, as its a linux-supported general purpose usb microcontroller. Enjoy. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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