Emailing CP-M Z80 home brew computer circuit board.htm

Andrew Lynch lynchaj at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 17 20:14:40 CDT 2008


Emailing CP-M Z80 home brew computer circuit board.htm

Eric Smith eric at brouhaha.com
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Andrew wrote:
> Still how do you transfer stuff from a floppy ( or file online ) to a
> CP/M system with no external I/O devices?

I wrote:
> I have yet to see a CP/M system with no external I/O devices.  That
> doesn't sound very useful, so why would one care about transferring
> stuff to it?

Andrew wrote:
> Who said the N8VEM SBC has no external devices?

I was replying to your question, quoted above.  I never said anything
about an N8VEM SBC.

Eric



-----REPLY-----

Eric,

Oh, I think I see what happened.  The quote you attributed to me is actually
from Ben.

Everything I said is below the -----REPLY-----   

I never asked that question and wondered why you asked it.  Still, the
response is valid.



BTW, the N8VEM SBC is the actual name for the home brew Z80 SBC I built.  

I am offering the PCB to others of similar interests.

Probably there has been enough discussion from me on the topic.  

If anyone is interested please contact me offline or join us on the N8VEM
google group:

http://groups.google.com/group/n8vem



Thanks and have a nice day!

Andrew Lynch

73 de N8VEM




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