Perdrix24 wrote:tenox wrote:This is so important. You should start taking donations.
Also will it work with recently released Geneva and NeoDesk?
I'll call for beta testers in the next few days. Hopefully someone can test.
I'm looking forward seeing the code, this driver not working reliable got me so frustrated, I'm really curious to see how you have fixed it.
Perdrix24 wrote:Beta testers report the driver working well on ST, Falcon 030, TT and Falcon CT63. The driver should be made public soon.
USB storage transfer rates according to Xferrate:
ST: 31 kb/s
Falcon: 110 kb/s
TT: 150 kb/s
Falcon CT63: 300 kb/s
The ST speed should be improved later. There may be a glitch on the CT63 where hot-plugging doesn't work and USB.ACC must be disabled. To be investigated later.
TOS and EmuTOS supported for mass storage. Next step, MagiC, if I can.
frank.lukas wrote:My NetUSBee can not wait ...
frank.lukas wrote:It do not work on a Atari Mega ST with PAK68/3 Speeder Card with MC68030 CPU and 32kB L2 Cache.
susher wrote:frank.lukas wrote:It do not work on a Atari Mega ST with PAK68/3 Speeder Card with MC68030 CPU and 32kB L2 Cache.
I'm wondering if it's a bus timing issue as it doesn't work on many TTs. On mine the first test program (which reads only) crashes out with bus error after a random number of test iterations and seemingly writing to the device (using read) fails too. That could also be the bus voltage levels not being high enough for the NE chip to read it reliably.
I wonder if a bus buffer card might be something feasible to create to isolate the system bus from the cartridge port.
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