Dal wrote:Simbo started to work on cloning it. Nothing released yet though:
matt wrote:What happens with your solution over an extended period?
johncarteronmars wrote:INFO please : is the 20 pin header on the upcoming MIST board for ACSI connections
or some other reason
joska wrote:It looks like it's not possible to connect a proper (IKBD) keyboard to it, is this correct?
as I understand mate, the MiST can use a HDD image from Hatari (eg. like the 1GB image from PP's site: http://8bitchip.info/atari/DiskImgPP1.html)
MasterOfGizmo wrote:But nothing prevents you from changing the FPGA config to expect a real keyboard on those pins used for the MIDI add-on or to attach the keyboard to one of the joystick ports and modify the IO controller firmware accordingly.
MasterOfGizmo wrote:You could even build a ikbd/usb converter and attach that via usb. With a little more hacking you could then use that on hatari and other emulators as well.
johncarteronmars wrote:Are there any specific requirements for keyboard and mouse for
MIST or will just about any USB versions work with system and since almost
all USB mice have wheel is it just a moot point. Also will the wireless
meeses and keyboards work or will there be interferece trouble with
MIST. I would like to get these before the MIST comes and be ready.
TKS in advance.\
Are there any specific requirements for keyboard and mouse for MIST
On another note, I found a nice USB charger that outputs a nice 2A, should be more than enough to connect anything I would guess!
Gryzor wrote:Thanks for the reply (that's the kind of stuff I meant when I was discussing a manual ). I'll try a cheap mouse/keyboard combo and see how it goes...
As for the current, nice to know it draw as little as 300mAh. Of course anything after that is not your problem
Some of the new documentation at http://code.google.com/p/mist-board/ should answer such questions.
Gryzor wrote:Another question, hope someone can answer it: if my monitor (a Dell U2410F) doesn't support all the resolutions of the FPGA, are there any solutions, other than buying a new monitor that is?
xc8 wrote:I just read the the specs of this monitor and I think its ok, but its a widescreen, so you may see the output "stretched", unless there is an option to see the 4:3 with black (side) borders.
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