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I thought it may be useful to add usage instructions for computer cores. Since it's core specific, I suppose the best location is not the wiki but perhaps the readme.md file? Another topic that could be useful is a list of recommended games to try, albeit that list can be highly subjective so I wou...
Thank you for the quick answere. I just started after your advice,Sorgelig, to build a new MISTER sdcard with the newest MISTER-release and the menu from 19.1.2019, but that did'nt fix the problem.
After software update of the DE10-NANO-sd-card the HDMI-port seems to be damaged. Is that possible or are there other options to reset the hdmi-port? I use the DE10-NANO since one year with success. Now I tried to do some opencv over python and updatet some apis for that on the regular de10-nano-sd-...
- Wed Oct 17, 2018 3:53 pm
- Forum: MiSTer
- Topic: Atari ST core. Seeking beta testers
- Replies: 21
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I understand what you say, but each one has it own methods, personal preferences and even style. Personally, at least in this case, I prefer to have a core a little bit more polished before a public release. Again, I expect it won't take too long. [/quote] I agree, it is a very big thing, if somebo...
- Mon Oct 15, 2018 5:20 pm
- Forum: MiSTer
- Topic: If you want to donate to MiSTer project.
- Replies: 284
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I 'm really like your work, so I wanted to donate and I did it. I 'm a 68 year old developer and I try to learn FPGA and if I find a simple introduction and a simple way to understand fpga I could help a little with the documentation and later perhaps in developing.
I m very empresssed by the work on the mister and I use the C64 Core to test some old programs. One question: How can I put programs on the SD-CARD, load them and save them? I tried SAVE "TEST.PRG" and got the message PRESS RECORD & PLAY ON TAPE. I there a way to emulate the keys.
I like to use gparted for formatting partitions on linux, it gets the job done very easily and quickly. The Advanced guide uses the sd installer script, which should be pretty straightforward. It won't format the fat partition, but you should be able to do that with gparted or any other linux forma...