Xyla wrote:I keep looking at the MIST, but I'm bothered by the fact that it seems to use disk images like an emulator instead of a real filesystem on the SD cards. I can't stand using emulators and disk images.
Is there any chance of getting a real filesystem going with the MIST, so I could use the SD card the same way I use one in an Ultrasatan? I really do not want to be mounting images in emulators to transfer files to the FPGA machine.
fidzen wrote:Firebee needs new input!
It's expensive but a lovely piece of HW.
danialbi wrote:Future proof (I am told that MIST boards will not be manufactured anymore)
desUBIKado wrote:Other option, Mistica FPGA16, a MiST clone for 169 euros: https://www.ebay.es/itm/MISTICA-FPGA16-/253845694898
+ S-Video output
+ Composite video output
+ EAR input
+ RGB SCART cable and power usb cable included
slingshot wrote:- FPGA JTAG connector, so useless for development.
Seems the manufacturer doesn't want to support developing cores.
slingshot wrote:There are/were a lot of cases when a user become a developer, and the hardware without core developing is just a piece of useless substance. So producing non-developer friendly boards are a dead-end.
Sorgelig wrote:The sole purpose of clones is to get as much money as possible with least possible investment. I doubt the clone manufacturer knows FPGA more than a generic user.
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