is it possible to rebuild old c64 hardware enhancements?
brianlanning at gmail.com
Thu Mar 5 10:53:50 CST 2009
On Thu, Mar 5, 2009 at 10:41 AM, Gene Buckle <geneb at deltasoft.com> wrote:
> Brian, I've done something similar with my Amiga 2000. I'm using a SCSI-IDE
> bridge connected to an IDE-CF adapter. Works great.
I could only find one and it was a bit pricey. Where did you get yours?
> What OS rev has drivers for the USB card and ethernet controller? I would
> love to have the ability to put my A2000 on the net.
The OS and kickstart roms don't have native support for USB. Someone
(can't remember who) wrote a USB stack called poseidon. It comes with
the deneb board. Other people still have written drivers for certain
USB ethernet adapter chipsets. I had two of these lying around, but
I'm not sure if they're the right chipsets. I haven't tried to make
it work yet, although it's on the agenda.
You can read about the deneb here. Looks like it supports 3.x:
You can also read about some of Jens' hardware here (note the X-surf):
Although I don't see a link there for the indivision. You can see that here:
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