gene.heskett at verizon.net
Tue Jul 10 21:54:11 EDT 2007
On Tuesday 10 July 2007, Robert Gault wrote:
>Chester A Patterson wrote:
>> Hi. Through the years I've read that in the MultiPac Interface, in order
>> to work better with OS9, needed to have all four of the pin X jumpered
>> for some reason. I never did it. Silly me. What pin/signal was it and
>> what was the reason? Thanks. /Chester
>I believe that problem has been bypassed by the new clock modules. There
>was a discussion of this in Rainbow and it was found that the Coco GIME
>can store interrupts which can be "released" by toggling the GIME IRQ lines.
That, unforch, is a separate, unrelated fix. Both are valid fixes for IRQ
related problems, but this I think is more related to the BLOB, boot list
order bug. Before that was found, I used to keep 4 different init modules
around, using the one that would boot, now we don't have to.
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