Monthly Archives: March 2014

Thinking back, moving forward

I thought to take a minute again in order to think back about what I did recently. After the efforts for Integrator 2012/The Last Ninja Construction Kit, the updates to TAPClean were the next most significant contribution to the C64 community, where the … Continue reading

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DC2N4: GUI client running under Ubuntu 12 64-bit

As I was on the system building TCFE, I also built the DC2N4 client there:

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TAPClean Front End: binaries available for Linux too

Binaries of TAPClean Front End are available for Linux too now. These include the latest release of TAPClean, 0.31-pre8.

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DC2N4: GUI client running under Debian 7

I had some time to build the Linux version of the DC2N4 GUI client, so here it is how it looks like: And here it is in action:

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DC2N4: GUI client running under Windows 7 64-bit

I thought to make a longer video and show the GUI client running under Windows 7 Professional 64-bit 🙂 The one below is the driver installation dialog:

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DC2N4: GUI client ready too

I once again read about people dumping tapes via audio sampling, therefore I decided to speed up the development of the DC2N4 GUI client. Hopefully I can get them on a DC2N4 at some point…   The application is not CPU, disk … Continue reading

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TAPClean: changing the rules

It seems that: some people are optimizing TAP files with TAPClean even when those files contain read errors, and some other people who get optimized TAP files assume them to be free of errors Therefore I am going to stop … Continue reading

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