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Re: [N8VEM-S100:595] Re: S-100 8086 Up and Runing
I moved the problem photo into a retired folder so you can re-upload.
On Dec 27, 2011, at 6:36 AM, lynchaj wrote:
> Thank you very much Leon! This is truly wonderful! This is like a
> dream come true!
> I've upgraded your wiki access to "editor" so you should be able to
> better edit the 8086 pictures as you see fit.
> The last photo is acting kind of "funky" but I have no idea what's
> wrong. I recommend deleting it and uploading a new version.
> With these pictures I believe our dream of a truly free and open S-100
> system "from scratch" is closer than ever to becoming reality.
> Actually with all the boards we've got now (24 at last count) a larger
> backplane is becoming something of an issue.
> This is good news actually! :-)
> That's also great news that you have both the Z80 and 8086 CPUs in
> your chassis. The ability to switch bus master CPU's is amazing to
> We've made so much progress! Much yet remains though!
> Thank you very much for your efforts! Have a Happy Holidays!
> Andrew Lynch
> On Dec 26, 10:58 pm, Elsid <le...@swiftdsl.com.au> wrote:
>> Hi John, Andrew and Robert and others,
>> I'm running a purely N8VEM S-100 system except for the 12 slot Morrow
>> WonderBuss Backplane. I was using the N8VEM backplane but I now have
>> nine boards in this system and N8VEM board is only 8 slots. How's that
>> extension backplane coming on?
>> I have the N8VEM Z80 board in the bus (buss?) and am able to swtich
>> back and forth between 8086 and Z80 monitors without problem.
>> I uploaded some more photos to:http://n8vem-sbc.pbworks.com/w/browse/#view=ViewFolder¶m=8086
>> Unfortunately the last photo seems to upset the PBworks system and
>> boots you back to the home page. I can't delete the photo to clean
>> things up. I tried reloading the photo but the upload didn't progress.
>> The N8VEM website seems very slow to respond at the moment.
>> Have a Happy New Year