Last weekend, I made some experiments with cbmlink and got the C2N232 based file and disk transfers to work flawlessly on the CBM 720 and the 8032. (14 minutes and 29 seconds to copy a 8050 disk in unit 0; 14 minutes and 35 seconds to copy it in unit 1; tested on both the 720 and the 8032.) As there were some problems with the plus/4, I didn't release the program yet as version 1.0, but as 0.9. The release notes are at http://www.funet.fi/pub/cbm/crossplatform/transfer/C2N232/cbmlink.html and the software itself can be downloaded from the same directory as cbmlink-0.9.tar.gz. For now, there are no executable distributions. The Commodore executables are included in the archive. I'd like some feedback for this from all prlink users. You don't need to build the C2N232 device in order to use the program; all cables supported by prlink are supported by cbmlink. Marko Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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