From: MagerValp (MagerValp_at_cling.gu.se)
Date: 2002-08-08 19:12:04
>>>>> "BM" == Bart Machiels <email@example.com> writes: BM> I have wrote a program voor the commodore 64, and I use it to BM> control a metal bending machine, so far so good. BM> Now I want to make the commodore to boot automaticaly and run the BM> program. BM> How do I do this ? Do I have to save the program to e-prom and how BM> do I connect it, so the c64 can boot with this program ? BM> Are there other ways to boot, without first loading my program ? The most reliable way of autobooting is probably burning it to ROM, and either replacing the basic rom or putting it in an external cartridge. The Programmer's Reference Guide has all the details you need for that. If you don't want to burn ROMs, you could use a C128 instead and use its autoboot capability. I believe there are programs available that autoboots a C64 program from C128 mode. I also think some CMD devices autoboot, like the RamLink, but I don't own one myself so someone else can probably answer that better. The quick and dirty solution is to get a BN/E motherboard C64, and replace the 23128 kernal + basic ROM with a 27128 EPROM. No adapter or any other hardware is required. -- ___ . . . . . + . . o _|___|_ + . + . + . Per Olofsson, arkadspelare o-o . . . o + MagerValp@cling.gu.se - + + . http://www.cling.gu.se/~cl3polof/ Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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