Joel wrote:I could populate both and send one to the prospective coder willing to take on the task (I'm looking at you alexh )
Joel wrote:Incidently, wouldn't you just be able to swap out the two 1mb RAMs for two 2mb chips and update the code?
Get me a debugged board and I am more than happy to do the work. I was thinking of contacting A-Cube direct.
Joel wrote:Not sure as to the current state of the Suska core, though Wolfgang seems to think it's capable of running a good chunk of ST software. How accurate that is remains to be seen.
stimpy wrote:It's pretty accurate!
stimpy wrote:I've been working on average 8 hours a day, 7 days a week since the start of the year on the code
alexh wrote:stimpy wrote:I've been working on average 8 hours a day, 7 days a week since the start of the year on the code
Don't you have to go to work or something?
alexh wrote:If you've been working on it all that time, you must have got something going by now? Lets have a few photo's of it up and running.
alexh wrote:I don't think there is any floppy disk emulation included in the current Suska project files. I think it was intended to use real floppy disk drives. That will be the first thing to change once I get a MiniMig board. It should be fairly painless to link into the MiniMig PIC floppy disk emulator.
alexh wrote:Where does Wolfgang (Author of Suska) hang out? It would be good to get him here (or us go there) to help forward the project.
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