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    I'd buy some! Shouldn't cost much to have them...

    I'd buy some! Shouldn't cost much to have them run at e.g. StickerMule, their stickers are die cut and can be any shape. I think they're all vinyl though, looks like the original was some sorta...
  2. Heh, yeah, not saying every single thing needs to...

    Heh, yeah, not saying every single thing needs to be in use 100% of the time, but I do try and do the same with my projects. I often buy things, hack on them for a few months, and then decide to sell...
  3. Looks like it's PC/104!

    Looks like it's PC/104!
  4. Not to derail the thread, but I believe we've...

    Not to derail the thread, but I believe we've PMed about me selling you one in the not-too-distant past :p I know shipping and exchange rates definitely work against you though. They're out there, if...
  5. That's in line for a basket case in decent...

    That's in line for a basket case in decent physical condition. I end up buying a lot of parts machines, since I do repair Altairs for other people, and the parts have to come from *somewhere*. We did...
  6. There are two versions, at least that I've seen:...

    There are two versions, at least that I've seen: the older Mouse Systems model with two optical sensors, one which lights up red, and the later kind that have one sensor. The older one wants a...
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    When you roll the dice on safety caps from...

    When you roll the dice on safety caps from no-name AliExpress/eBay/whatever sellers, you risk getting something that may not fail safe as intended. When it goes across the AC line, there's the...
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    I believe you sold me the TEI 8080 CPU board...

    I believe you sold me the TEI 8080 CPU board that's currently in mine :)
  9. Poll: Saturday is usually the biggest day of the three,...

    Saturday is usually the biggest day of the three, though if you can make both Saturday and Sunday, all the better :)
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    Yes, that is its own unique stink. I replace them...

    Yes, that is its own unique stink. I replace them even if they're working.



    Heh, well, don't buy capacitors off eBay for the most part anyway, but I *definitely* wouldn't buy safety rated caps...
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    While it might affect those types of things, the...

    While it might affect those types of things, the concern is more that the noise might propagate down the AC supply wiring like an antenna, and radiate out into the building/surroundings, causing...
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    It's actually more to stop electrical noise from...

    It's actually more to stop electrical noise from the computer from being transmitted back down the AC line, into the rest of the building wiring.
  13. Poll: Part of the reason I use them on VCF kits :) Same...

    Part of the reason I use them on VCF kits :) Same with the ceramic disc capacitors, axial hermetically sealed tantalums, and tall crystal packages.
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    Used to use gHex for the times I needed to hex...

    Used to use gHex for the times I needed to hex edit on Linux. It was OK.
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    Same here. I replace them even if they're not...

    Same here. I replace them even if they're not visibly cracked nowadays, I've had a few that looked fine let go and stink up the shop.
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    The chassis is TEI MCS-112 (or their OEM...

    The chassis is TEI MCS-112 (or their OEM version), nice chassis, will fit an IMSAI front panel (including the dress panel and escutcheon plate!), so of course the Wameco panel fits too, since it...
  17. Poll: There's bodges now: ...

    There's bodges now:

    http://i.imgur.com/C6ElQDZh.jpg

    These four 4.7K resistors make the SBC compatible with the Rockwell R6511Q, which lacks internal pull-ups on its I/O port pins. I've added...
  18. Poll: We'll be there Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, all...

    We'll be there Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, all day. Often, folks who are running exhibits come during one of the talks they're less interested in.



    Heh, zero indeed, it required no electrical...
  19. Poll: I haven't priced it out yet but I'm guessing...

    I haven't priced it out yet but I'm guessing around $60.
  20. Poll: ANNOUNCE: VCF East 2020 Kit: Rockwell R6501Q Single Board Computer

    In remembrance of Chuck Peddle, this year's VCF East overall theme is going to be the 6502 processor. I didn't want to do "just another 6502 SBC," since there are plenty of great options out there,...
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    OK, working on it! I decided to take the...

    OK, working on it! I decided to take the opportunity to do some cleanup, and I finally now have my A85 modifications on GitHub:

    https://github.com/glitchwrks/a85

    Builds under Slackware Linux...
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    I haven't personally written one, you'll have to...

    I haven't personally written one, you'll have to customize. I could get out my Ampro LittleBoard setup and customize on that, it uses a Z80-SIO and I'm pretty sure it gets the bitrate off the CTC.
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    First thing I'd do is get Mike Douglas's...

    First thing I'd do is get Mike Douglas's PCGET/PCPUT customized for the board. You can see my customizations here:

    https://github.com/glitchwrks/pcget_pcput/

    That'll give you XMODEM...
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    Claimed!
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    Yeah, KERMIT-80's source is a mess. I've been...

    Yeah, KERMIT-80's source is a mess. I've been working on restructuring it, see here:

    https://github.com/glitchwrks/kermit80/tree/a85_restructure

    The convoluted mess required to make the source...
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