Xerus wrote:I tested both drivers and it doesn't work.
I tried to change the test protocol to see if I could help you a bit more.
Arrived on the desktop I disabled the cache of 68060 via a CPX, ping the internet box and it works perfectly!
Maybe it can give you an indication and another way to explore ?
Galvez wrote:In the first video where you test Falcdate with caches on (driver_b-060-cache_on-falcdate.3gp), at the end it's working when it's run from the desktop with caches enable, isn't it?
So ping doesn't work but Falcdate does (but only from desktop)......weird
Xerus wrote:Galvez wrote:So ping doesn't work but Falcdate does (but only from desktop)......weird
No, we must have obligatory the cache off for that Falcdate works.
Galvez wrote:(I've never used Falcdate), Is the date shown from the internet?.
Xerus wrote:In fact we can save the cache configuration (on or off) with the CPX.
The confusion may be coming from there, I probably saved the CPX in OFF mode, sorry.
Normaly, enabling or disabling the cache with the CPX is only valid on the desktop.
Xerus wrote:The weird thing is Falcdate doesn't work with cache off during the boot, only on desktop (but with cache off via CPX).
I use cacheoff.prg (includ in tos060.lzh), I suppose it works correctly.
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