Archive for January, 2010
In the past few weeks we have:
- added dgbUART to the board;
via E6 and E7 you can get some feedback from the board over a serial FTDI cable.
- found out what kept the board from running on USB only;
cutting the wire from R27 to the CPU is rather drastic but works. I would like to find a nicer solution.
Yesterday I’ve done a particular good thing that is to the benefit of the whole human race. The guys at RevSpace, your friendly hackerspace here in The Hague, had some carcasses of CBM64 machines lying around. We managed to get one machine in a (somewhat) working state again. SYS64372 forever!