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Re: BASIC at 50... What I'd like to do is setup a 16x2 LCD screen that's giving me the stats, so it's human readable. :) I've just started playing with the Beaglebone, and don't

gamergeek68
Jan 22
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Re: BASIC at 50... Steve, My BeagleBone Black is an A5 revision. Pretty ancient. You don't really need an iso of my install.. I just got the Debian image off of the Beagle web

Mike Barnes
Jan 22
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Re: BASIC at 50... You may have wanted to order them from Microcenter, they are only $40

gamergeek68
Jan 21
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Re: New file uploaded to hp2000family Thank you, that will be helpful. I don't have a scope so besides telling which pins are ground/5V, it's going to be a bit difficult to figure out which is

gamergeek68
Jan 21
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Re: BASIC at 50... Mike B, Even more good news... I have been running the Angstrom disto and you have now given me great incentive to upgrade to Debian along with simh V4.0. I

aa3nm
Jan 21
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Re: New file uploaded to hp2000family Under github simh, to run a direct serial connection, comment out the 'attach mux 2323' line in asiop and add: attach mux Line=0,Connect=ser0;300-8n1

Mike Barnes
Jan 21
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Re: New file uploaded to hp2000family Well, I found out since the telnet port on the Beaglebone Black is not active by default, that for telnet, the MUX was able to directly connect to port 23. So

gamergeek68
Jan 21
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Re: BASIC at 50... Steve, I am running the latest Debian distribution on the BeagleBone Black (dated 2014-05-14) using an SD card (eemc flash version doesn't leave you with ANY

Mike Barnes
Jan 21
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Re: BASIC at 50... Mike B, Good comments on the script and on the newer simh 4.0 version. I'm very pleased that the mux can be configured to put ports to hardware. That may be

aa3nm
Jan 20
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Re: BASIC at 50... I see where (in another message) you solved your problem by opening two windows. Under Linux, I use the following script to call asmain and asiop: rm -rf

Mike Barnes
Jan 20
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New file uploaded to hp2000family Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the hp2000family group. File : /Access

hp2000family@yahoogroups.com
Jan 20
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Re: New file uploaded to hp2000family Actally, i figured it out. You have to 'do asmain' till it prompts for the tape (first prompt), then in another window, 'do asiop' Someone else I think wrote

gamergeek68
Jan 19
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Re: New file uploaded to hp2000family I'm interested too.

arvadacollector
Jan 19
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Re: New file uploaded to hp2000family Hiya, What changes did you make to the standard build to get it to execute on the Beaglebone? Was there a switched used when compiling the executable, or did

gamergeek68
Jan 19
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Re: BASIC at 50... I picked up both a Beaglebone Black and a Raspberry PI to experiment with using SIMH. After installing libpcap, and making the simh hp2100 executable, I ran

gamergeek68
Jan 19
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