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    Hmm.. I meant to say 'may fail'. I'm either...

    Hmm.. I meant to say 'may fail'. I'm either getting old and senile or I'm actually a Westworld Host in the real world and starting to either glitch or experience reveries while typing... Maybe I...
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    You can do that with a 16v8 just fine. 16v8 is...

    You can do that with a 16v8 just fine. 16v8 is 16='16 inputs', v='combinatorial + registered logic', 8='8 flip-flops' which means 8 of the 16 pins are I/O rather than just I. The logic diagram...
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    Andrew disconnected himself from the online...

    Andrew disconnected himself from the online vintage community years ago. He raised a big stink here that he couldn't delete all of his prior posts on this forum (not account, but posts and threads...
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    I did something similar with the PCjr before I...

    I did something similar with the PCjr before I made a dedicated TandyMOD+ design. The JR used 2 small ROMs for CS decodes. In most of those cases you can hang a 16v8 or 22v10 over the end of the...
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    Are you talking about the Reply replacement...

    Are you talking about the Reply replacement planar with the 486 BL2 @ 66 MHz, 72-pin SIMMs, and built-in IDE? I was under the impression those were pretty rare in the wild. Do someone have a cache...
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    "Works" is a loaded term. I do not know of any...

    "Works" is a loaded term. I do not know of any Windows 10 specific issues. But WinCUPL has always been crash prone when typing into the built-in editor and terse in error reporting. If you look in...
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    The tie is washable you know... just saying in...

    The tie is washable you know... just saying in these troubled times, you have to use what's available - even if it's around your neck!
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    Indeed. The biggest problem is marshal law...

    Indeed. The biggest problem is marshal law wasn't declared by the only two people that could have declare it - the President and the Governor (in this case). Counties are not empowered with any...
  9. ? It's already been post-poned till October as...

    ? It's already been post-poned till October as InfoAge has decided to temporarily close.
  10. Thread: Covid-19

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    What do pangolins taste like anyway? Are they...

    What do pangolins taste like anyway? Are they anything like Tasty Wheat?

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    You missed my point. I did say, "until there is...

    You missed my point. I did say, "until there is more data", we need to assign the appropriate level of concern based on the data at hand. And resistance doesn't help the population in the now. ...
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    The best case study on the COVID19 mortality rate...

    The best case study on the COVID19 mortality rate thus far is from NEJoM at 1.4%. So until there is more data, the best case is a general mortality rate 14x greater than the season flu. Even...
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    Last week I would have agreed. But this week...

    Last week I would have agreed. But this week things went from level 10 out of 10 to 100. General public activity has noticeably dropped everywhere here in Atlanta and, from what I've read, it's...
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    Do you have any pictures of it? What model? ...

    Do you have any pictures of it? What model?

    The AT&T 4425 terminal is a nice find to go with it...
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    If I were not 2000 miles away, I would take the...

    If I were not 2000 miles away, I would take the S/34 in a heartbeat to go with my S/36. Sadly, however, I wouldn't be able to offer you anywhere close to the money needed to save it and the 5250...
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    Currently the infected rate is under-reported...

    Currently the infected rate is under-reported while the death-rate is significantly harder to report inaccurately. So I'm guessing the mortality rate is less than the 2-3% so far. Sill, even at 1%,...
  17. SCSI isn't the bottleneck. It's the SDIO...

    SCSI isn't the bottleneck. It's the SDIO interface on the emulator.
  18. SCSI2SD v5 is very slow (and earlier). It only...

    SCSI2SD v5 is very slow (and earlier). It only can drive the SD card in single bit mode. The v6 and up adapters will drive high speed 4-bit mode.
  19. lrzsz is a package on Linux that provides command...

    lrzsz is a package on Linux that provides command line x,y, and zmodem send/receive.

    Also if you just need to cat plain ASCII text, you can uuencode files and cat/cut/copy/paste them into terminal...
  20. I'm not sure where you are getting this from. ...

    I'm not sure where you are getting this from. S-Video defines the connector, pin assignments for luma and modulated chroma, and implicitly attaches a modulation scheme to the chroma signal defined...
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    A lot of MCA cards (8514/A & XGAx) only support...

    A lot of MCA cards (8514/A & XGAx) only support extended resolutions and work with the on-board display adapter to support the lower standard modes.. So which device is actually generating the...
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    The scaling problem wrt CRTs vs LCD is just...

    The scaling problem wrt CRTs vs LCD is just silly. CRTs have a native resolution in phosphor dpi. CRTs are still scaling - just the pitch of the dots provides a low pass filter over the whole...
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    Much quicker. People will argue, but I always...

    Much quicker. People will argue, but I always generously use SMT 291 syringe flux on board. Basically I'll pre-tin all the pads for all RLC passives. Then use a knife tip to heat both pads and...
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    I do a lot of SMT work and I've pretty much...

    I do a lot of SMT work and I've pretty much settled on a small 45 degree knife tip for just about everything I do. It's pretty easy to use the knife edge to heat both ends of 0201 through 1210 at...
  25. I actually do have a prototype upgrade CPU...

    I actually do have a prototype upgrade CPU complex for the T5KMC. It came from a seller in Denton, TX which is at least geographically correct. It is clocked at 25 MHz which is a good step up from...
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