Eero Tamminen wrote:If ASV just probes all serial devices (like MiNT does at startup), and expects there to be no bus errors on TT (like MiNT does), it's enough to void bus errors for (unimplemented) SCC accesses in Hatari. I have a hack (patch) for that in the Hatari "hatari tt scc emulation" mail thread in July. That got MiNT running on Hatari TT emulation (it runs already fine under ST/STE/Falcon emulation).
PS. While Hatari doesn't emulate SCSI, it does support accessing real SCSI drivers, with Uwe's NatFeats SCSI driver. Doesn't help here, but maybe interesting to somebody.
Doesn't ASV support ACSI at all?
leech wrote:Hmm, I was going to start my process of running System V on my TT030, but it sounds like I can't test things via Hatari. Does Hatari even support TT High? Apparently it does not with EmuTOS. Sounds like there are some hacks to be done. What about netbsd or minix?
frank.lukas wrote:I think ASV needs SCSI on the Atari TT.
leech wrote:Hmm, I was going to start my process of running System V on my TT030, but it sounds like I can't test things via Hatari. Does Hatari even support TT High?
leech wrote:Apparently it does not with EmuTOS. Sounds like there are some hacks to be done.
leech wrote:What about netbsd or minix?
leech wrote:Hmm, I was running the latest EmuTOS (0.9.9.1) and it didn't give the option for TT High (maybe I needed to play with the video settings.). I didn't have a chance yet to try it with TOS 3.06.
Eero Tamminen wrote:
Did you use monochrome monitor ("-m" option in Hatari)?
TT-high is monochrome only, and it's only resolution supported with a monochrome monitor.
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