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Hey, wait a minute, I'm pretty sure I've seen a story unfolding exactly like this before... Some big company removing a major feature for no other reason than "security"...


Any of you guys daring enough for a class action lawsuit?
it's bracket time

It's been crazy this year so far xD
PC, Mac & Vintage Computers /
July 30, 2020, 07:44:23 PM
If anyone use Arch Linux, I had a repo for a while with a few interesting software such as TI/Numworks/X16 emulators and tools. Today I'm also adding daily builds for some of the packages, so check it out :)

All the instructions are at

SigLevel = Never
Server =$repo/os/$arch
did you doused your computer with the holy water hose
Hardware / Re: Commander X16
July 18, 2020, 02:11:50 PM
Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on July 18, 2020, 01:56:08 PMIf it doesn't cost $300-400 like a real Commodore 64, then I might be interested.
Probably more like $200. It's made to be as low cost as possible using off-the-shelf components.

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on July 18, 2020, 01:56:08 PMAs far as Commodore IP goes, I wonder who acquired them when they went bankrupt in 1994? I know the Atari Jaguar is now public-domain, but I forgot about the CD32 and the Commodore computers.
It's a company called Cloanto, and they're still very protective of their IP.

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on July 18, 2020, 01:56:08 PMEDIT: Actually this seems a bit different than the C64. Will it run C64 stuff?
Yes and no, it's based on the C64 and it's compatible with it up to a point but the graphics and the sound are very different. It uses a custom graphics card (which will work on the C64 if you want), and last I heard it uses a YM2151 and a PSG instead of a SID.
Hardware / Commander X16
July 18, 2020, 12:33:40 AM
If you follow the 8-Bit Guy, you might know he's working on a brand new Commodore 64-like computer, and it looks quite interesting: the hardware is close to done, there's an emulator and many tools developed around it, and they even have permission from whoever ended up with the Commodore IP to build on the 64's ROM!

So yeah, I'm a mod on the brand-new forums and we're starting to get a nice community going on, if you want to check it out :)
I'm not sure. I also had the same problem when I tried to plug something that isn't the router my ISP gave me. (Which is also your ISP.) I suspect MAC filtering, or maybe some weird unsupported or unconfigured feature the modem or the ISP needed.

In any case, it's not super secure to plug a desktop computer directly on the Internet these days, unless it's been configured correctly.
Oh, you plugged it directly into the modem, that might be why.
Okay, it looks good so far. What about this?

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ip addr
(edit: we're checking it out in dms, will post results)
Step 1: Identify your ethernet device

Open a terminal and type this:

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lspci | grep Ethernet
That would be easier to google if you know what it is, and if it's detected at all.

Step 2: Check if the lights on the ethernet port on both sides are on. If not, either the port or the cable might be dead.
So, comparing the specs, it's about 3000 times slower than it should?

Quote from: Jean-Baptiste Boric on June 16, 2020, 05:47:58 PM
Quote from: Yuki on June 16, 2020, 05:34:18 PMThat is, until there's a way to do file transfers without recompiling and transfering the firmware again.
You can transfer Python scripts without having to flash the firmware since version 1.4.0. That's what the workshop is for.
Oh, that's cool, then.
From what I understand, you basically only have Python scripts to care of, and apps have to be compiled into the firmware as of now, so memory management isn't super useful as you probably wouldn't fill your calc full of Python scripts. (But eh, knowing DJ he would xD) That is, until there's a way to do file transfers without recompiling and transfering the firmware again.
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