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NETUSBEE.PRG (or NETUS000.PRG)
where <device drivers> is one or more of the following, according to what
devices you are using:
STORAGE.PRG (USB thumb drives, card readers)
PRINTER.PRG (printers with PCL5 or PCL5C emulation)
TABLET.PRG (Wacom Intuos graphics tablets)
The order of the device drivers is not important.
Put USBTOOL.ACC in the root of your boot drive. This accessory provides the
capability to hotplug/remove devices, it polls for changes every second.
Perdrix24 wrote:I just discovered that I can control two Atari (or a PC and Atari, or MAC and Atari, etc.) with one mouse. The Logitech M585 can control two computers. It has a 1-2 switch button. I used the Unifying software on the MAC, to assign to two different receivers each number (1 and 2), one at a time. Then the receivers can be used with two computers. I can toggle between them with a press of a button on the mouse. A light indicates which one is active (1 or 2).
Perdrix24 wrote:It's working on my Mega ST and 520STFM with TOS 1.04. Perhaps you need some TOS patches. On my 520STFM I needed POOLFIX4.PRG. On my Mega ST I also had POOLFIX4.PRG. Load these first in the AUTO folder.
Another issue is to have your USB storage device partitioned for the Atari. Read the storage documentation in the ZIP file.
Bikerbob wrote:Well.. I need to find some time and really test it out with patches - I have also be advised to wipe the drives again..
What about using bigdos with the USB storage?? people say it works.. so does that mean I could have 2gb partitions?
also partitioning.. since I dont have any way to connect the USB to the ST.. I have to partition on the PC.. but as long as I do fat 16. I should be ok?
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