Memotech Hardware Emulation

Modern, Memotech inspired, hardware projects
Bill B
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Re: Memotech Hardware Emulation

Post by Bill B » 14 Jul 2014 19:05

Or use the just announced Raspberry Pi model B+, which has enough GPIO ports:

http://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/#introd ... del-b-plus

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Re: Memotech Hardware Emulation

Post by Dave » 14 Jul 2014 19:36

OK, Pi upgraded - what now?

:lol:

(OK, so it's not actually upgraded yet, Farnell have no stock, but delivery is supposed to be 25th July)

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Re: Memotech Hardware Emulation

Post by Bill B » 14 Jul 2014 20:36

Brush up your C skills and make the necessary changes in the MEMU-Pi code (after all, as you recently demonstrated, you know all the buzz-words :) ).

Or wait for me to get around to it :( .

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Re: Memotech Hardware Emulation

Post by Dave » 14 Jul 2014 21:01

mmm, let me think about the options.

I'll get back to you :-)

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Re: Memotech Hardware Emulation

Post by 1024MAK » 14 Jul 2014 23:24

I'll have a second portion of Pi with that please :mrgreen:

:P :lol: :roll:

Fits in with one theory of life, if you talk about a problem for long enough, someone will develop the solution for you... :mrgreen:

Mark

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