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Re: [N8VEM-S100:1726] S-100 68K CPU board V3
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- Date: Tue, 6 Aug 2013 07:33:22 -0700 (PDT)
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That is my plan as soon as I figure out why my memory board stopped working - I need to put the logic analyzer on and see what is going on - it was working - probably had one of the jumpers on cpu card that should not have been when I put in SMB and had 2 boards driving the same line and probably have blown a driver some where - should not be difficult to find I hope.
I have your monitor running and plan to do a new one all in C so that the monitor will be fairly portable across machines by just recompiling in the right target mode with gcc. I have done some testing of the C code and I have most of the details worked out so should not be long. This summer has not afforded me much time with travel and other things.
On Tuesday, August 6, 2013 7:37:18 AM UTC-5, monahanz wrote:
I got mine working back in June Andrew, have “written it up” here:-
The very simple 68K monitor is working fine also. What is needed is somebody to take the 8086 ROM BIOS code that reads MSDOS/CPM86 code on our 8086 boards for our IDE Board or ZFDC board and hammer it into 68K code to boot CPM 86K.
Has anyone gotten their S-100 68K CPU board V3 working?
I’d appreciate a status update. Thanks and have a nice day!
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