On Wed, 12 Dec 2001, Nicolas Welte wrote: > Oh, great! This means I could make full use of the software, even if I only > have a PC64 cable? Yes, except that the PC64 cable is not supported on machines that do not have a user port (264 and B series). > And with changes to the Commodore side only, every RS232 interface > could also be supported easily, like the 6551 ports on CBM-II and > Plus/4 or external UART/ACIA carts for the 64/128, because the serial > interface code on the host side would stay the same? Yes, but you might want to develop a little simpler protocol (as the circuit won't then have a third computer (the AT90S2313 microcontroller) in the middle) or alter the speed (which is currently fixed to 38400 bps). Marko Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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