Zogging Hell wrote:Should do the ethernat and the supervidel (hopefully!) if I use the circuit board (from Nature) to push the boards further back. The CTPCI won't fit in as well though, sadly, but it doesn't really fit in very easily on its own!
My Falcon really has been languishing a bit as I got tired of constantly having to unplug and replug the CT60 to reprogram the ABE etc, so its sitting waiting (currently operating as my back up for software system) for some sort of finality on the TOS/ firmware front. I've really been using the STs more and more recently.
wongck wrote:The CTPCI will squeeze into the case, it's all those IDE cables that are the kiilers. I have 3 of them coming out of the case.
wongck wrote:Do you remove the CT60 to reprogram the ABE?
I have to have mine inside the Falcon otherwise the IMPACT software would not find the ABE devices.
wongck wrote:I think you can have it to program itself. Just make the jumper so that it runs on 030.
As power into the CT60 is required, it needs to be plugged in but it need not to be running TOS or anthing.
But do quote me on that, I always used a PC ( as my programming wires are generic ones).
Kroll wrote:Dear All,
I wanted to get back to the topic other PCI cards connected to CTPCI namely network card and a USB controller. I have read about it on Didier website and various forum threads. As is currently the case looks drivers for these cards. Network card must be Realtek 8139, I have just this in Hades comnputer and works perfectly, and I can test it on Falcon with CTPCI, but mostly I'm interested in USB, if I understand it certainly works as a mouse and keyboard when it comes to USB flash drive.
This card must be based on the NEC chipset 720100 or 720101, for example, I found this on ebay below link (NEC Chipset D720101GJ)
http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_nkw=D ... &_from=R40
Are these cards are good are some differences as well as what else I have to look
Ektus wrote:I've got to check at home, but IIRC I've got it working with the beta TOS from May, 2012, MiNT 1-17-c and the drivers from http://assemsoft.atari.org/rtl8139/index.html or from the FreeMint package? File sizes below.
inet4.xdd 82.372 byte
rtl8139.xif 60.015 byte
netsurf is working, but I wasn't able to edit this post, so I'm using Seamonkes on the notebook instead.
Dal wrote:Ektus hasn't been active for a while, you may wish to PM him.
Beetle wrote:Ektus showed his Falcon 060 here at Fujiama Party, with USB card mouse working, and Network (Realtek PCI) working under MiNT.
It had a download speed of around 400kByte, pretty impressive. With a daily build of Netsurf, freshly downloaded today,
he was able to post on Atari-Home.de.
I will remind him of this thread.
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