On Wed, 2 Jan 2002, Baltissen, R (Ruud) wrote: > > It has a set of jumpers for network ID, doesn't it? > > No, no jumpers. Some traces are cut in this case. Ah. Will have to check mine some time. It's a while since I've seen it. > > Might be nice to get a couple together and try out the > > networking capabilities. > > I have thought about this as well, one of the reasons I asked for info about > the 6854. But I doubt that this IC is available so one can make his own > cards. I think I have a Motorola databook somewhere detailing the 68xx series support chips. Byproduct of dabblings in TRS Color Computer stuff ;) > And what about the software, manuals or what ever info? Do you have that as > well? > > If it isn't possible to reproduce these cards and if you are really > interested, I'm willing it to trade it. I was going to offer the same thing, actually. I'm not really a great PET person, and MSX work is taking up most of my spare time at the moment. Though I am planning a port of the MSX-AUDIO (OPL compatible) FAC Soundtracker for the C128, which should give owners of SFX Sound Expanders something better to listen to than the default Commodore software. The irony is that the coding group who wrote this tracker, FAC, stands for "Federation Against Commodore". :) Richard Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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