Started by GUNHED, 18:50, 18 February 21
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Quote from: RetroCPC on 23:53, 17 May 21Any more details on the extended serial mode?
Quote from: HAL 6128 on 21:18, 02 June 21You mean the CP/M tool XMODEN? It's nice to transfer files via Putty to the CPC. Why not?
Quote from: GUNHED on 15:39, 15 July 21BTW: Does somebody know where to find very short cables with two male plugs (3,5mm jacks)?
Quote from: GUNHED on 15:39, 15 July 21Does somebody know where to find very short cables with two male plugs (3,5mm jacks)?
Quote from: SkulleateR on 15:54, 15 July 2120 cm is the shortest I know of : https://kurze-kabel.de/epages/7fc6aa8e-47e1-451f-b7e8-d9a53c078722.sf/de_DE/?ObjectPath=/Shops/7fc6aa8e-47e1-451f-b7e8-d9a53c078722/Products/E01
Quote from: genesis8 on 16:15, 15 July 21Ymodem would be safer (better error control, not adding characters at end of file so it is a multiple of 128 like on the Notepad) and better as it can send the name of the file, beware of the different of ymodem implementation (like xmodem though : checksum, crc, 1K...)
Quote from: GUNHED on 15:57, 16 July 21However, to add YMODEM is no deal and no problem. Which one (exactly) do you want? I will add it for file transfer if you like.
Quote from: GUNHED on 22:59, 02 June 21For today I added to the ROM for LFS just two new commands, to transfer data using XMODEM protocol:|S.XBLK: The command '|S.XBLK,address,length' will send a memory area to the serial port using XMODEM. The parameter 'address' defines the start address in RAM and 'lenght' defines the number of 128 byte blocks.|R.XBLK: This command '|R.XBLK,address' is used to receive data via XMODEM and to store it in RAM at 'address'.Attention: Before using commands '|S.XBLK' and '|R.XBLK' please switch the LSF into serial mode! Stable up to 14400 baud, tomorrow I'll make it even faster.
Quote from: zhulien on 05:19, 03 August 21Why not |SUCK and |BLOW? My Amstrad used to like sucking people's d*** (data).
Quote from: zhulien on 05:24, 03 August 21Any chance for a companion board that could be external to the Mx4 bus - as likely only needs power... with like 4 or 6 stereo 3.5mm inputs, and 1 stereo 3.5mm output - all mixed so we can use CPC audio, Speech Synth + mp3 board, PlayCity and future audio items at once without constant plugging / unplugging... if on the Mx4 bus, would bluetooth audio out be possible to sync with headphones?
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