From: groepaz (groepaz_at_gmx.net)
Date: 2002-10-08 18:51:01
Hello ncoplin, Monday, October 07, 2002, 9:30:06 AM, you wrote: noc> I hope this is the appropriate forum to ask the question (its the only noc> Commodore mail list I subscribe to). ask those questions on the rr-list then,thats what its for :) noc> I'm considering a Retro-Replay (possibly with Silver Surfer) as a noc> re-programmable hardware platform that may allow for some interesting noc> projects - esp with the possibility of fast PC connectivity (as for example noc> with what was done with the SerialServer, but different). the silversurfer will be definetly worth it when we are finished implementing the link-stuff... giving you a drive 7 which works much like the 64net approach. noc> The question, is the cartridge worth the money? Does the unit come noc> documented in such a way as to be useful to a programmer /hacker noc> (unfortunately the various websites have lots of info but the information noc> lacks clarity)? Does it work with a C128 (not as a AR clone, but will noc> ROM/RAM be available)? Does the freezer work better than the AR freezer as noc> claimed? the cartridge doesnt come with any documentation, except a notice about the websites. (as the website says, internet access is required to get any further updates and/or support). as for the clearity of the documentation, please let me know WHAT is unclear to you. (best, post that on the rr-list). we tried to create a pretty much "dummy proof" documentation actually, and IMHO its pretty useable (except for some details which you wouldnt need to know anyway unless you are an "expert"). -- Best regards, groepaz mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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