re: [midatlanticretro] Re: Anyone have a bin or hex of the 8080 Apple ROM Monitor (not apple computer)
> Join the Altair yahoo group. There is a monitor in there and some other
> code listings, not all for the 2SIO, but a lot of it is. There is also
> Dobbs if you have the early issues, there will be a monitor or two inoctal
> you can try out. I know that there is a copy of the 8080 turnkeymonitor
> there(....the Altair group, not Dr. Dobbs, although there may be a monitor you
can type in)....,
> which can be run from any Altair with a 2SIO, but it's documentedNot to beat a dead horse, but the key here is getting a monitor program
> and editable for another IO card.
that matches the I/O card. You may have to toggle in the monitor from
directions that come with the I/O card. It's always one step at a time
with these things.
- On 08/22/2012 05:27 PM, Evan Koblentz wrote:
>>> replace the motherboard with a nice spare I just acquiredIn the context of S-100 systems at least, the accepted term for what
> Is it accurate to call that a "motherboard"? Seeing as it only has slots, not chips, I'd call it backplane.
we'd usually call a "backplane" is "motherboard". Definitely an unusual
departure from the more standard terminology.
Dave McGuire, AK4HZ
New Kensington, PA