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    Default How to get a z80 shim (JonB) ?

    I've read the website http://www.cpcwiki.eu/index.php/UIDE...ters#Z80_Shims, and it's
    exactly what I've been looking for.

    How do I order? I'm looking for the z80-shim.

    thanks,
    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by StevenH View Post
    I've read the website http://www.cpcwiki.eu/index.php/UIDE...ters#Z80_Shims, and it's
    exactly what I've been looking for.

    How do I order? I'm looking for the z80-shim.

    thanks,
    Steve
    Looks like there's some info at the bottom of the thread.
    Surely not everyone was Kung-fu fighting

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    Welcome aboard.

    Iím sure JonB will be along soon to give further advice, but if you post to the following thread, heíll be notified. http://www.vcfed.org/forum/showthread.php?56162

    Also, where are you? You can update your profile with your location. And why not introduce yourself and post about the restoration project you mentioned on the comp.os.cpm group.

    Cheers,
    SteveH
    (LSI M3 restorer)
    CP/M-86 Software Repository www.cpm86.eolith.co.uk

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    Quote Originally Posted by StevenH View Post
    I've read the website http://www.cpcwiki.eu/index.php/UIDE...ters#Z80_Shims, and it's
    exactly what I've been looking for.

    How do I order? I'm looking for the z80-shim.

    thanks,
    Steve
    Easy. You ask me (via PM).

    Which way round do you want it?

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    Default Following up..

    Just following up on this thread.

    JonB had the goods: the z80 shim, and (!) a real time clock that was as plug-and-play as could be.
    A little coding (building the clock driver for ZSDOS) based on Jon's sample code, and ba-da-bing.
    I have EXACTLY what I was hoping to accomplish.

    My next "JonB" activity is to acquire the uIDE-8 and I can begin extending my BIOS so I have
    hard disk capability!

    Good stuff, all way around.

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    Thanks Steve!

    Now the fun begins. The learning curve is steep but once you ascend it, you get real satisfaction from knowing that you have really mastered CP/M (or ZSDOS in your case).

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