Tag Archives: commodore

More d64parse binaries available

Here are the binaries I prepared: Mac OSX 64-bit Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Linux 64-bit Windows portable If you get a chance to try any of these and feel like it, then please leave a comment below!

Posted in Retrocomputing, Technical | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Beta version of d64parse available for testing!

I did some testing today for d64parse and I am happy to share binaries for Windows and Linux for end-user testing. One neat feature I added in version 1.4 is the ability to search for a filename pattern in all … Continue reading

Posted in Retrocomputing, Technical | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Final touches to libd64fs version 2

I was recently approached by MdZ from The Transfer Team to add a new feature to the IECHost client: save a textual directory listing with additional information, namely the real size in blocks and the MD5 hash of each PRG … Continue reading

Posted in Retrocomputing, Technical | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

How I restored yet another TAP file, saving it from oblivion

A while ago I published a post on how I had restored a TAP file, later published on Ready64. I’ve recently been approached to fix another set of TAP files for Ready64, so I thought I’d make a video of … Continue reading

Posted in Retrocomputing, Technical | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments

DC2N5-LC PRG file playback tested successfully

The test rig for PRG playback in DC2N5-LC is as per below: The signal on Tiny C2N Monitor and the DC2N4-GUI looks very good indeed: And the report in TAPClean looks quite good too: Header test : PASS [Sig: OK] … Continue reading

Posted in Retrocomputing, Technical | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

DC2N5-LC completed

I managed to complete the DC2N5-LC build I was working at so here’s what it looks like: Here’s a video about the tape dumping process too: All in all, all firmware components are in place and working but I will … Continue reading

Posted in Retrocomputing, Technical | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments

The Last Ninja Construction Kit: playing around with it

Even Armakuni kept his eyes closed while I was preparing a surprise video… In this example I show how it would be possible to rebuild LN3 within the framework used for LN2 🙂

Posted in Retrocomputing, Technical | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment