From: groepaz (groepaz_at_gmx.net)
Date: 2002-08-09 07:04:44
Hello MagerValp, Thursday, August 08, 2002, 7:12:04 PM, you wrote: >>>>>> "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 ? M> The most reliable way of autobooting is probably burning it to ROM, M> and either replacing the basic rom or putting it in an external M> cartridge. The Programmer's Reference Guide has all the details you M> need for that. If you don't want to burn ROMs, you could use a C128 M> instead and use its autoboot capability. I believe there are programs M> available that autoboots a C64 program from C128 mode. M> I also think some CMD devices autoboot, like the RamLink, but I don't M> own one myself so someone else can probably answer that better. M> The quick and dirty solution is to get a BN/E motherboard C64, and M> replace the 23128 kernal + basic ROM with a 27128 EPROM. No adapter or M> any other hardware is required. quick and not even dirty way: - use a c128 :=P quick and kindof expensive way: - get a retroreplay and flash program to that -- Best regards, groepaz mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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