jvaltane wrote:That would be great.
I have currently tested only with FTP and server is in my own 'intra'. Cable is about 10m long. I tested with both Litchi and aFTP. Server works just fine cause I use it with other machines also. Usually I am able to transfer 10-100Mbytes, but one time I reached to 200Mbytes.
After shutdown and boot up it works again. Not sure about reboot.
jvaltane wrote:Actually it was the application which halted this time. So looks lik network works fine with 640x480.
jvaltane wrote:I dropped SV resolution from 1680x1080(x16bpp) to 640x480(x4bpp) and Svethlana worked much better. I was able to receive over 300Mbytes in one FTP session.
Keyboard thing might be some other problem. Like with aFTP or Teradesk. ...or even problem with 1-19-cur.
Yes at some point I'll have to contact to them. First I'll try to find out that has anyone nearby CT60/CT63/CT60e to test SV with.
Rustynutt wrote:FWIW, almost all my Atari at one time or another go into a keyboard fit. If you have the speaker connected, it sounds like a key is being depressed.
Not long ago, read why this was occurring, and what the fix is. It's documented somewhere on atari-forum.....
Don't know how it pertains to what your going on with, but it will reek havoc on the desktop as windows will flash off and on. Without rebooting, you can play a mouse game and try to close the window. Without a speaker, and possibly only a console window open, you may not see it.
jvaltane wrote:Also tried to debug drivers and installed inet4.xdd:s debug version. Usually when using verbose debug level enough with serial debugging, machine freeze after less than a minute. Printing debug prints to screen worked better, but using the machine is impossile.
mzry wrote:I read somewhere on this forum that the clock filter should be disabled when using a ct60e because the ct60e does not have the same hardware issue of the original ct60, this was fixed in the 'e' revision. It might of been in the original ct60e thread.
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