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Any chance you could verify that by swapping the chips for LS versions?susher wrote:. i.e. the cumulative propagation delay through the chips is just too high if the voltage is precisely 5V but sneaks in if slightly higher.
I'm not sure you'd be able to get LS chips in SOIC packages and I wouldn't be confident in removing and replacing such small surface mount devices anyway.sqward wrote:Any chance you could verify that by swapping the chips for LS versions?susher wrote:. i.e. the cumulative propagation delay through the chips is just too high if the voltage is precisely 5V but sneaks in if slightly higher.
What is paracp usb ? I search on Google with no luck...agranlund wrote:I gave up on the NetUsbee for my accelerated ST as well.
It works fine with the stock 68000 CPU, and it works with the 030 if I clock it with the 8Mhz clock.
Never got it to work when running it at 50 or 32 Mhz though. I suspected maybe it was just hyper sensitive to slight timing deviations but I found out about the ParCP-USB so never bothered investigating the NetUSBee issue any further.
Wished I'd have known that before I ordered the Exxos Power Supply for my STE. Has anyone else reported this issue?susher wrote: on my STE, it will work with the stock power supply but not with the Exxos power supply which has less noise and better voltage control. i.e. the hardware only just about works under the best of conditions.
Yeap,pop it into hardware or something since we are not talking 'Applications' anymore.sqward wrote:Can I as the moderator to move all Netusbee "support" posts to a separate topic?
sqward wrote: ↑Thu Jan 01, 2015 5:25 pm Hello
Some time ago I've started working on a tool that would allow me to quickly upload files over ethernet (netusbee) to my Atari. This was mainly meant to speed up my development iteration but in the end I've decided to add web interface for the benefit of general public. It doesn't require Sting or MiNT. It's a self-contained binary with uIP embedded TCP/IP stack with DHCP. Run it on your Atari and point your PC browser to the IP address you'll see on the Atari screen. As far as I can tell it works on all TOS machines (tested on ST, TT, Falcon and CT60).
It supports drag&drop of files from your PCs desktop.
It's largely unfinished. I'm hoping someone will help me get HTML part to the point it will be a genuinely useful tool.
Code and a binary can be found here:
git repo: https://bitbucket.org/sqward/uip-tools
Hope someone will find it useful.
Those as far I can see is using networks(ethernet) and such for popping around midi messages over networks so would be a couple of problems.JuanPC2020 wrote: ↑Sat Oct 03, 2020 5:29 pm Can you improve it?
Add Network MIDI driver?
https://hackaday.io/project/156332-peda ... 754-ipmidi