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Nonsense: PR#0

Chacham (981) writes | more than 10 years ago

User Journal 4

All your PR#0 are belong to us.

And cable?? In my day a *hanger* was good enough for anyone.

All your PR#0 are belong to us.

And cable?? In my day a *hanger* was good enough for anyone.

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That's OK (1)

ncc74656 (45571) | more than 9 years ago | (#9749631)

PR#3 (send to the 80-column card) and PR#1 (send to the printer) were more interesting anyway.

While we're on the subject of Apple IIs, I have a keyboard adapter in the works. The keyboard in my II+ doesn't work too well anymore, so I took the keyboard converter chip (a preprogrammed ATMEGA8515 microcontroller) used in the Replica I [comcast.net] and cobbled together a PS/2-to-ASCII keyboard adapter. The first board got sent out for production yesterday; it should arrive later this week or early next week. (It was also a good excuse to learn how to use Protel, as EAGLE has been acting strangely lately.)

Re:That's OK (1)

Chacham (981) | more than 9 years ago | (#9749973)

1 was printer? I thought it was 0. I'm losing it. :(

But 6 was the disk, right?

Re:That's OK (1)

ncc74656 (45571) | more than 9 years ago | (#9750093)

1 was printer? I thought it was 0. I'm losing it. :(

0 is the built-in (40-column) display.

But 6 was the disk, right?

That's the usual home for a 5.25" floppy controller, so yes. 3.5" floppy controllers typically go in slot 5 and hard-disk controllers (SCSI, IDE, or otherwise) typically go in slot 7.

Re:That's OK (1)

Chacham (981) | more than 9 years ago | (#9750509)

Wow, old stuff. :) Thanx for the reminder.
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