Je sais pas si j'avais posté les photos du recap de mon Atari STE de toujours (celui que j'ai acheté en 1990...), avec le kit d'Exxos.
Bilan : ça marche/10
@fenarinarsa I see an OSSC (:
It is (obviously (: ) open source so you COULD theoretically attempt to build it in a different form factor.
I've found it's not that big of an issue, but then, I also haven't used mine enough. Working on that... now! (:
Tell me more.
Are you using Dbug's toolkit? I've talked to him about using it on non-Windows but he's quite Windows-bound (being as he's, you know, working in a company doing Windows games and all that (: )
I also haven't seen him lately due to stupid Covid ):
(My Oric was given to me by a deceased friend, you likely remember Twilighte ...)
He also passed by on Friday at the M68K meetup: http://m68k.info/
Ah yes Twilighte, he did very nice things on the platform…
My idea was to collate as many extensions as possible in a better form factor, to try and reduce the number of cables, because, well… you know, cables.
I think it's possible to design something that would allow add-in cards and integrate more stuff. Some already did Telestrat compatible extensions, so I can build from that.
As for the SDK, I already ported it to Linux long ago but didn't finish up to the point where I can have an easy install or even package it.
@Truck @mmu_man That's really cool. Never had an Oric but my neighbour and friend had an Atmos at the time.
Great memories playing L'Aigle d'Or on it. Not so great memories of the loading times though :p
A few years later I brought an Amiga to show him State of the Art, he stopped computing to become a radio host but was baffled :)
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