fury23 wrote:Great work Sorgelig!
I have two noobie questions, what is the maximum clock MC68000 based cores (Atari ST, Amiga) can achieve, and second what is largest x86 CPU architecture can be fitted into fpga?
ijor wrote:But what's the relation with the Mist??? Cores binaries aren't compatible.
Sorgelig wrote:The main relation to MiST is firmware and API.
ijor wrote:I realize, but this is not much related to the hardware. You can have a compatible firmware in a completely different board, even using a Xilinx FPGA.
Sorgelig wrote:If you don't want/need it, then simply pass. Or create other project which will have better specs and will retain binary compatibility - i will see how you will do it
ijor wrote:because I don't see it much related to the MiST.
NML32 wrote:Quick question, are there any plans on adding a port for a DB9 joystick?
Sorgelig wrote:NML32 wrote:Quick question, are there any plans on adding a port for a DB9 joystick?
DE10-nano has USB port. You either can use USB modern pad/joystick or some DB9->USB converter. You even can have wireless USB pad(like me).
So, I don't see a good reason to waste GPIO for DB9. It won't work better than DB9->USB converter.
So, i don't see a good reason to waste GPIO for DB9. It won't work better than DB9->USB converter.
ericgus wrote:I'd be curious to see if a C64 Koala pad would work with that arrangement.. it connects to the db9 but its not a joystick.
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