Re: VIC 20 web server

From: Anders Carlsson (
Date: 2003-11-21 15:18:58

On Fri, 21 Nov 2003, Davison, Lee wrote:

> How many people would be interested in a VIC 20 web server?

I wonder if uIP + the web server from Contiki would work together,
or maybe you have your own software on its way (in the 8K ROM)?

Would an 8-bit ISA adapter be able to connect other 8-bit cards?
It almost sounds like pigs can fly, but if you already have a design
on the board, it sounds promising. You might want to do a C64 version
of the ISA adapter too, as the C64 market/community is larger than
the VIC-20 ditto.

BTW, does the 3c509-series work properly in 8-bit mode? I read on
the Vintage Computer forum (
about someone with an IBM PC or XT wanting to network it, and
which cards would work. Typically NE1000/2000 compatible cards
seem to be the best bid.

Anders Carlsson

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