marcello_ wrote:Hey fellow atarists !
I am marcello from France/Austria, I am a Unix/Linux sysadmin at $WORK, and I decided to install anything who looks like unix on my ST ( Right now I have already Minix 1.5, looking forward to adding FreeMint and Linux to the collection )
IndianaGoof wrote:Thank you very much.
Why yes, as a matter of fact, I did. It was fun learning to draw with a mouse, and I enjoyed playing with the various colours/effects. I have those pictures saved on a disc somewhere. I also purchased animation software that I was going to try using as soon as I could get my hands on a scanner or something, but that was before the ST got shot.
I haven't heard of Steem yet, I'll have to look into that. Thanks again!
oehansen wrote:The specifications for the printer interface, is missing ... to be able to implement a printer, that would be needed.
Cyprian wrote:oehansen wrote:The specifications for the printer interface, is missing ... to be able to implement a printer, that would be needed.
do you mean interface Atari Printer <-> USB?
I mean ACSI <-> USB - in order to see from Atari side normal ACSI disk with GEM/BGM partition; and to share data (for this partition) from PC side via USB interface
oehansen wrote:That is precisely what I did, except the atari still requires an Atari FAT partition. But you can basically use a USB stick (thumb drive). Put an USB stick in, and boot from it, using HD Driver.
But the ACSI, is also a printer interface, and you can also interface to a network with it. To implement those protocols, a specification is needed.
great stuff... do you have a webpage detailing this. i know there a thread where you were discussing about it.
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