Tag Archives: retrocomputing

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!

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DC2N4-LC devices available again

For those wanting one, I now have 10 fully-built DC2N4-LC devices for sale. If interested, simply contact me.

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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

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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

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Ocean’s Navy Seals Cartridge: Schematics

I am glad to share the schematics for Navy Seal’s Cartridge, which I have put together using the work available at c64-wiki.de as a baseline. Essentially this is a very similar configuration as Terminator 2’s but with two EPROM footprints … Continue reading

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DC2N4-LC PCBs manufactured and posted

Those interested in buying a DC2N4-LC because they didn’t get a chance to do so in the past, and those who would like to own a spare device for disaster scenarios, will be glad to know that the DC2N4-LC PCBs … Continue reading

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DC2N4-LC re-stocking

Due to additional demand, I’ve just submitted an order for the components to build 10 more DC2N4-LC devices. Stay tuned for the announcement once they are available to ship!

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