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WARNING: DO NOT UPGRADE your TI-83 Premium CE or TI-84 Plus CE to OS 5.5.1 and higher. It removes all compatibility with most games and removes ASM/C programming! DOWNGRADING IS IMPOSSIBLE. BE WARNED! Likewise, do NOT update your TI-Nspire CX past OS 4.5.0, else using Ndless and ASM/C programs will be impossible.

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Messages - DJ Omnimaga

I would not mind the newer version of Edge as it's based on Chromium but I already use Chrome so I don't really feel the need to switch.

Nice to see you again @Dudeman313 by the way :walrii:
Imagine how fast Epsilon/Omega's Python would be on the G2 HP Prime :O

Also, I wonder if wait states slow down TI-83 Premium CE python? Because I found this program: https://www.cemetech.net/downloads/files/1276

EDIT: It seems that wait states were improved on newer hardware revisions.
I like the concept of the elements. Also nice music. Is it me or this EP sounds a bit faster than your usual stuff? :)

My favorite tracks are Void and Air.
Yeah I had no choice because my ISP's router died and I couldn't afford a new one until like now (got my provincial tax return yesterday).
Does it mean it's not possible  or did I need to do another step to connect directly to the modem? I'm curious, in case this new router decides to act up or something.
Good news: I bought a router and for some reasons everything works now! Not sure why Mint refused to connect directly to my modem ???
Qualcomm Atheros ar8152 v2.0 fast ethernet (rev c1)

And the lights are ON.

(EDIT: Semi-offtopic: This is the computer: https://support.hp.com/ca-en/document/c03395982 . It doesn't even have an internal PSU, I think)
My mom gave me her old computer and I installed Linux Mint on it and eventually I want to put RetroArch on it. This computer lacks wi-fi capabilities. However, I don't know if it's because I'm missing drivers or something but the computer refuses to connect to my wired connection. It says "Connecting..." at the bottom of the screen then a minute later a notification saying that the connection failed.

The connection works fine when I am using my Windows 10 computer so it's not the cable. Also, before retiring this computer, my mom was still using it to access the internet, so it's not the ethernet port either.

I could not find any help online regarding such problem, as all help was about wi-fi connections.

Any help would be appreciated.
It actually reminds me of the Casio Classpad II, also known as the fx-CP400. Its BASIC language was ultra-slow and under some settings it could be up to 400 times slower than the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition. I believe there's a fx-CP500 or CG500 now but it's probably not much better.
Quote from: https://tiplanet.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=49&t=23941
  • 1.665s : NumWorks N0110
  • 2.228s: NumWorks N0110 (firmware tiers Omega)
  • 2.751s : Graph 90+E
  • 2.838s : NumWorks N0100 (firmware tiers Omega)
  • 2.853s : NumWorks N0100
  • 7.087s : TI-Nspire CX CR4+
  • 9.142s : TI-Nspire CX CR3-
  • 19min45.846s : TI-83 Premium CE Edition Python

And even with a modified script that only runs on the TI-83 Premium CE Edition Python, the program takes much longer than the TI-Nspire CX.

Quote from: https://tiplanet.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=49&t=23941
Quote from: https://tiplanet.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=49&t=23941
  • 45.483s : TI-83 Premium CE Edition Python (script dédié optimisé à la main)
We will definitively switch from ASM/C/ICE to Python, right? :trollface:
So if someone absolutely wants to delete or add files it has to be done via a computer, right?
I'm unsure if I'm missing something, but I checked the Numworks manual and the Omega fork via the emulator, as well as Github for documentation and I could not find any way to access a memory management menu. ???
I am saddened to announce that former TI-Nspire programmer, pbfy0, has recently passed away at the age of 19 years old on December 25th 2019. :(

During his time at Omnimaga, he was notable for TI-Nspire Ndless ASM/C projects such as 2048, nspire-z80 and nVid. nspire-z80 was a TI-84+ emulator for the TI-Nspire and nVid a video player. The TI-84 Plus emulator was still in developpement, according to critor on TI-Planet, and was gonna add TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition support. Not only that, but he also contributed to Ndless development itself over the years.

Our condolences goes out to his family.

His programs and source code can be downloaded below:
-nspire-z80: https://tiplanet.org/forum/archives_voir.php?id=2624773
-nVid: https://tiplanet.org/forum/archives_voir.php?id=2624762
-2048: https://tiplanet.org/forum/archives_voir.php?id=2624759

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