GoldenGrahams wrote:Also, does anyone know if there will ever be another production run of the CTPCI add-on board for that will work with the CT60e...
Trixster wrote:I have VanillaMint, installed from here:
Trixster wrote:I think that is 1-17-0
Where can i get an 060 and 030 compatible version of xaaes.xm? And also mint060.prg?
1st1 wrote:Some questions are unanswered for me.. I have the ct60e in front of me. But... (the paper came with it, and the weblink on the page don't answer my questions)
- in which direction the CPU must be plugged into the socket? I see there is an extra pin inside the socket in one corner, is this pin 1? THe CPU has a triangle mark in one corner, besides the (M)MC68060 print, is this also pin 1?
- the connector at the upper border, I need to connect switches, LED, etc.
--- PWR_SW is a switch which just need to be touched like at a PC or stays in the position on/off?
--- CT60 is a switch to turn on/off the whole CT60e?
--- IDE? what's that?
--- RST? Reset? Can't I use the original reset button at the Falcon board, besides the ROM port?
--- PWRLED - just a LED, or does it need a resistor as well? It is just connected to power like the one included in Falcon keyboard, or does it indicate if CT60e is enabled/disabled?
- in the lower right of the board is a mostly unpopulated circuit called "F030 booster", please tell more about it...!
Isn't there an installation manual? (Now I need to find out where I have put my Pico-PSU...
Trixster wrote:All I have fitted for my standard desktop case falcon is a push button for on/off and a switch to toggle 030/060 mode.
Sturm wrote:i'm very excited to get this running, but i'm afraid too, because i never did such mods and i'm really a noob when it comes to electricity.
Could someone post a detailled guide on how to install everything ? Remove the old psu, and how to connect the different cables and switches especially, to the motherboard and to the pico.
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