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  1. https://sdf.org/?join User level access is...

    https://sdf.org/?join

    User level access is free and provides hosting. Account validation requires a single minimal donation to confirm your name and address (i.e. as a real person). It's been...
  2. Dell C600 850Mhz PIII, 512MB RAM, ATI Mobility...

    Dell C600
    850Mhz PIII, 512MB RAM, ATI Mobility Rage 128 w/8MB, 60gb IDE 2.5 HDD, ESS Maestro 3i, EXP Multimedia PCMCIA Gameport card. Floppy and DVD-ROM/CD-RW. Runs Win98, and with some extra...
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    Mine came with a broken disk drive, so i swapped...

    Mine came with a broken disk drive, so i swapped it out for one I had around (amusingly it was an RX-23 from a vaxstation) and apparently either the usb floppy can write the first few sectors of a...
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    Someone seems to be selling newly made cassette...

    Someone seems to be selling newly made cassette interface cables, much easier than finding an old one and possibly sturdier than making your own. ...
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    The issue with the FS-A1F appears to be that the...

    The issue with the FS-A1F appears to be that the floppy drive uses a 26-pin connector (not the flat ribbon connector like you'd see on some GOTEK emulators, for example, but 26 pins) which isn't...
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    I've obviously been going to the wrong bars all...

    I've obviously been going to the wrong bars all my life.


    I think that was either a programmer's trick for dealing with 16-bit arithmetic or a kind of hackish bit-slice technique used on some...
  7. Thread: desktop LSI-11

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    Impressive! Great job getting it together and...

    Impressive! Great job getting it together and getting FORTH running on it.
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    If the floppy drive uses a standard 34 pin cable...

    If the floppy drive uses a standard 34 pin cable (it should, but some models were odd) replace it with a usb floppy emulator, the SFR1M44-U100K model should be ideal. You'll need some basic...
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    Dual drives would be helpful, you'd only need one...

    Dual drives would be helpful, you'd only need one disk for a bootable CPM system but you won't have a lot of space left over. That's the way I used my old Kaypro II years ago.
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    There aren't many more modern designs that...

    There aren't many more modern designs that incorporate a floppy interface, the only one that comes to mind is the N8: https://www.retrobrewcomputers.org/doku.php?id=boards:sbc:n8:n8
    It also boots...
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    If you're looking to build your own, the EasyZ80...

    If you're looking to build your own, the EasyZ80 is a simple through-hole design with available parts and RC2014 bus connection (to connect a CF card adapter, for example). It boots to ROMWBW with 2...
  12. I think 8 would allow that but it depends on if...

    I think 8 would allow that but it depends on if it is actually preventing the system from installing to it, because if it's able to do that then it may also be set to prevent it from being used as a...
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    Have you considered attempting to run Shoebill on...

    Have you considered attempting to run Shoebill on it in order to run A/UX? I've never tried it on an rpi but the power should be there to do it, set the screen to b&w and it's a full vintage Mac OS...
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    I do a lot of cooking and I usually go to walmart...

    I do a lot of cooking and I usually go to walmart once in a while to stock up on canned goods, cheese, and some things that for some reason I can't find at any other grocery store. Prices are good,...
  15. The icon looks like an enclosure, and if I recall...

    The icon looks like an enclosure, and if I recall correctly, APS was a seller of external SCSI enclosures (a quick ebay search confirms this). The drive you're seeing was likely swapped in from an...
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    It reminds me of those home internet...

    It reminds me of those home internet devices/services from the early 00's where they'd give you the device or give you free dialup and then force ads on you to make their money. Why would I use that...
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    Have you tried sdf.org? I don't think that gets...

    Have you tried sdf.org? I don't think that gets routed to spam since they've been established for so long.
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    I'm interested in a Color Computer 3 as well as...

    I'm interested in a Color Computer 3 as well as Amiga 600 or 1200, and Atari STE 1040.
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    As with so many old languages, there's a version...

    As with so many old languages, there's a version out there: https://sourceforge.net/projects/snobol4/

    I'm interested in the Ada book, are you willing to ship media mail within the US?
  20. It was quite pricey to get equipment from them...

    It was quite pricey to get equipment from them before the keyboard fad kicked off, there have been retro-computing people wanting to lay hands on their stock for at least twenty years if not longer,...
  21. https://drop.com/vote/GMK-Space-Cadet...

    https://drop.com/vote/GMK-Space-Cadet
    http://xahlee.info/kbd/space-cadet_keyboard.html
    https://kono.store/products/input-club-symbolic-keyboard...
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    In the dying days of Atari, who knows what they...

    In the dying days of Atari, who knows what they were doing. I wonder if they aren't liquidation units sold by someone who got them as a settlement for unpaid debts, or sold by that company that...
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    Is that the sunray laptop version? I've noticed...

    Is that the sunray laptop version? I've noticed a few of them on ebay from time to time, I don't have any sun systems to use SRSS with but they looked like nice portable terminals. How do they work...
  24. I can't provide any specific guidance, but if...

    I can't provide any specific guidance, but if you're working on an SGI system I wanted to make sure you were aware of the replacement for the old nekochan SGI forum/hub at https://forums.irixnet.org/...
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    EasyZ80 is a treat to use, extremely easy and fun...

    EasyZ80 is a treat to use, extremely easy and fun to build, works great first time I powered it on with nothing to troubleshoot really. I'm going to need to build an RC2014 IDE interface board next...
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