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  1. I believe it was Bob Russell who once observed...

    I believe it was Bob Russell who once observed that the 1541 was the best computer Commodore ever made.
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    I was in the Fry's in Fremont in 2019 and it was...

    I was in the Fry's in Fremont in 2019 and it was dead, dead, dead. More staff than customers. I figured this couldn't last.
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    I don't see why that would be, per se,...

    I don't see why that would be, per se, "disqualifying." Welcome.
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    Oh, don't get me wrong: of course it can do it....

    Oh, don't get me wrong: of course it can do it. The problem is that most TLS servers won't wait.
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    MacLynx beta 3 -- really!

    Managed to resurrect the source code for MacLynx and convert and update it under CodeWarrior Pro 2 and CWGUSI 1.8.0. Even added a few new features and in a good position to do more. 68K only right...
  6. If it's been without power for awhile, some of...

    If it's been without power for awhile, some of the hardware power managers will do things like that. The PRAM battery is most likely dead. This is not a fatal flaw, however.
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    I'd never seen that myself, but the machines are...

    I'd never seen that myself, but the machines are very similar in terms of chipset, so it wouldn't have been extremely difficult to do.
  8. Officially tagging 1.5. The biggest change is...

    Officially tagging 1.5. The biggest change is that Crypto Ancienne now runs on classic BeOS, including PowerPC, and compiles under Metrowerks C. This required some hacking, which I detail here, along...
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    Pretty much!

    Pretty much!
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    I have two Commodore MAXes. They're neat as...

    I have two Commodore MAXes. They're neat as collector's items, but they are truly dire computers, even by the standards of the day.

    Put another way: I would be more productive with a KIM-1 than an...
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    No wristwatch, but a few calculators, and the...

    No wristwatch, but a few calculators, and the official Commodore calculator AM radio. It works fine.
  12. Okay, I fudged it. It looks like the issue is...

    Okay, I fudged it. It looks like the issue is that CWGUSI 1.8.0 wasn't compiled with CW Pro2, but with some earlier version of the Metrowerks Standard Library in which stdout (and _Stdout) was...
  13. can't get CodeWarrior GUSI to link

    I think we have some old Mac programmers here.

    I've dusted off some code that allegedly compiles with CodeWarrior Pro 2, and it needs CWGUSI, so I installed 1.8.0 (which was on the CW Pro2 Tools...
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    No, I don't have them but I do remember you told...

    No, I don't have them but I do remember you told me about them.
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    You can boot and restore from tape, and you can...

    You can boot and restore from tape, and you can make a bootable backup, but the machines were intended to be shipped with AMOS from the factory.
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    Again, on http://ampm.floodgap.com/www/1200.htm I...

    Again, on http://ampm.floodgap.com/www/1200.htm I have instructions for the self-test and the self-test codes, and the DIP boot switch configurations. As written in my previous post, the 1200 does...
  17. I'll provide a public one as that client: very...

    I'll provide a public one as that client: very happy with the work done thus far. Thanks!
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    The AM-100/T does indeed run its own peculiar...

    The AM-100/T does indeed run its own peculiar form of AMOS (and as far as I can determine, only that).

    As far as getting your 1200 resurrected, the issue you'll have is that no 68K Alpha Micro can...
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    I'd just run it on the C128, myself. Commodore...

    I'd just run it on the C128, myself. Commodore CP/M Plus isn't too bad.
  20. Welcome. Lots of Commodore stuff here too (a...

    Welcome. Lots of Commodore stuff here too (a 128DCR on the desk, a blue foil label PET 2001 on a temporary table, and a QuikPak A4000T under the other table, plus many things not set up).
  21. So, it turns out it doesn't work with gcc either....

    So, it turns out it doesn't work with gcc either. I'll probably do the work on that next.

    Anyway, issues with A/UX and MachTen are fixed in tip (turned out to be a compiler irregularity). They now...
  22. Welcome.

    Welcome.
  23. Did it work with gcc9? It should have. I know...

    Did it work with gcc9? It should have.

    I know it does not work right with MIPSPro. It's mostly changing some of the byteswap idioms.
  24. I once had some discussions with Tenon about...

    I once had some discussions with Tenon about opensourcing MachTen, but nothing came of it. I still like it. For all its flaws (and it has many), it's the most productive I've been in OS 9.
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    Heh. On my Talos II desktop, /home is a different...

    Heh. On my Talos II desktop, /home is a different device (a separate NVME stick).
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