Tag Archives: disks

IECHost beta firmware

I haven’t managed to get my hands on disks that exhibit the behavior as per issue 743566, however I can provide a beta version of the firmware to try and force a further seek to track #1. If interested, just … Continue reading

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More software updates!

Version 4.3 binaries of the DC2N4-LC multi-threaded GUI client were published within my Software page. The single update in this release was suggested by Paul (Ziggy72): an option to keep the client’s windows and dialogs always on top. The benefits of such … Continue reading

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Software updates!

Version 2.10 of the IECHost GUI client and version 4.2 of the DC2N4-LC multi-threaded client were published within my Software page.

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IFFL System for CMD FD2000

I’ve finally finished most of the work I was planning to do on the IFFL System: support for CMD FD2000 floppy disk drives is now available within the master branch of my GitHub repository. Although I haven’t been doing heavy … Continue reading

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IFFL System for Commodore 1581 drives

Today, with Lasse Öörni’s help and advice I finished all customizations required for my IFFL System to work with 1581 drives 🙂 At the moment the development for 1581 drives is in a separate branch of my GitHub repository. However, as … Continue reading

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Further IFFL System updates

This afternoon I’ve updated my IFFL System repo on GitHub with a further example of usage that covers a different use-case compared to existing examples: using sprites while file loading is in progress. Furthermore, I updated my IFFL version of … Continue reading

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IFFL System update

I’ve spent some time in the last couple of days reshaping my IFFL code so that it would be more flexible and allow easier use. In order to try the benefits of my changes, I thought to adapt my IFFL … Continue reading

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