X68000 core

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Re: X68000 core

Postby kitrinx » Wed Mar 13, 2019 5:58 pm

uigiflip wrote:some one succeeded in writing comment

http://fpga8801.seesaa.net/article/4645 ... ml#comment


That was Seren from discord. Thankfully she was able to get the board to work for her and knew some japanese.

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Re: X68000 core

Postby pstriolo » Sun Mar 17, 2019 7:40 am

Hello

Can someone explain exactly what to do to have the core running. Even if for the moment only the console is supported.

I'm lost with the lack of explanation for this core.

Thank you.

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Re: X68000 core

Postby cacophony » Sun Mar 17, 2019 7:43 am

There's a response from the X68000 author, which using Chrome's translate says:

"I'm interested in DE10-Nano rather than MiSTER.
This time I struggled to
rewrite the FD emulation in hardware, but if it
is possible to do disk emulation on the
ARM side because DE10-Nano can use Dualcore ARM that is more powerful than Nios, disk emulation can do
much part to software You

But is it easy to write an ARM program of DE10-Nano?
Because there is no keyboard (PS / 2) I / F, I
think that I will emulate using the USB KB from the ARM side, but in that case
control of the USB is required, and
it is expected that it will be difficult without some sort of OS You are
If so, what kind of OS do you use? . ."

(from: http://fpga8801.seesaa.net/article/4645 ... ml#comment )

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Re: X68000 core

Postby Sorgelig » Sun Mar 17, 2019 6:24 pm

Probably he doesn't know what MiSTer is and that all I/O functions are already implemented to make porting X68000 easy.

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Re: X68000 core

Postby kitrinx » Sun Mar 17, 2019 7:02 pm

MiSTer's framework I think is exactly what he's looking for. He seems to want a program running on arm to pass user input and file IO to the FPGA instead of using NIOS. AKA MiSTer.


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