[Coco] Drivewire client for OS9/68K
davehazelton at comcast.net
Mon Aug 30 22:22:23 EDT 2010
I not sure or if I just think I remember. I believed I used PLIP
(Parallel port Slip) using KA9Q on the MM/1B and a PC running windows,
and it worked, it was just my cable Parallel Port to Parallel port was
only 6ft and my serial cable was 50ft. So it was more convenient to run
On 8/30/2010 8:59 PM, Joel Ewy wrote:
> On 08/29/2010 09:29 PM, Bob Devries wrote:
> Is that the way it's done on the CoCo? What part of the disk driver
> would need to be in there? I need to look at the source.
> Also, regarding hardware flow control on the 68681 ports -- DW on the
> CoCo is done on the bitbanger port, so no hardware flow control there.
> I'm guessing that interrupts are masked quite a bit of the time. Maybe
> the MM/1 could bit-bang with one of the parallel port lines -- it might
> even be faster than the UARTs...
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