apple Lisa2. Any advice on non-working floppy drives?
geoffr at zipcon.net
Sat Dec 11 17:37:10 CST 2010
On 12/11/10 6:16 AM, "Ray Arachelian" <ray at arachelian.com> wrote:
> Either that, or maybe he doesn't want someone manufacturing these
> en-masse and making money off his work? If someone had the source, they
> could build a full PS2 to Lisa keyboard converter and sell them?
> Which, IMHO, wouldn't be a bad thing these days considering how rare
> fully working Lisa parts are versus the proliferation of cheap,
> disposable pee cee keyboards.
> But there's certainly enough detail there to build such a thing from
> scratch, with or without that source if you had access to a Lisa and a
That is why I have really come to love the Atari community, most of the
hardware upgrades are "open source" they make the schematics and at minimum
the jedec or binary files available, many provide the source that you can
compile or edit yourself.
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