RE: VIC 20 networking

From: Raymond C. Bryan (
Date: 2004-02-23 17:19:31

>  > A long time ago [in a galaxy far away ;-)], Commodore sold a
>>  classroom network for the C64.  Students' computers were connected
>>  to the teacher's file-server through disk-drive cables.
>You don't mean the VIC-switch, a device that enabled more people to 
>share a drive?
>The only other thing I can think of is a kind of network but not for 
>the VIC-20 but for the PET/CBM.

I have some 3rd party thingie that does that also with 8 or so in 
ports on it to one outport.

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