On Thu, 29 Nov 2001, Cameron Kaiser wrote: > I don't know if something like prlink would run over BeOS. I don't know either, but I think that the Be Box has pretty flexible hardware. It should have some programmable I/O lines at TTL levels. > I'm in a similar boat since I use a Mac, and so I'm pretty much forced > to keep a 486 in the corner running MS-DOS and Star Commander just for > disk transfers (it's much faster to do backups to the PC's hard disk > than back up to floppy all the time on the 128). Don't forget my C2N232 device, which allows any 8-bit Commodore to be connected to an RS-232 serial line. Okay, it's still a bit vaporware, since I haven't had time to finish debugging the plus/4 routines, and I haven't started to port it to the CBM 720 yet, and the restructured version of prlink I'm working on doesn't handle file or disk transfers yet; only memory transfers. But hopefully, if I get some time during the Christmas break, I'll finish the code and publish it. Marko Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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