Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 7th Sep 2016 22:29 UTC, submitted by leech
Hardware, Embedded Systems

The pinout of that 68K Game Shifter, however, does not match the Shifter IC in any of the Atari ST computers. But incidentally, the never released Atari Panther was to be a Motorola 68000 based game console. Furthermore, the Panther prototype board features a chip conspicuously marked 4118!

So after the cancellation of the Panther development in 1991, I may well be first person for 25 years to be looking at the design of its shifter chip.

I'm a sucker for these kinds of stories. Great work!

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RE[4]: Nostalgia
by LaceySnr on Fri 9th Sep 2016 08:45 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Nostalgia"
LaceySnr
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Have you checked out the UIP Tools for the NetUSBee? Super easy way to get file transfers happening from within TOS.

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RE[5]: Nostalgia
by leech on Fri 9th Sep 2016 14:41 in reply to "RE[4]: Nostalgia"
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2006-01-10

Have you checked out the UIP Tools for the NetUSBee? Super easy way to get file transfers happening from within TOS.


Is that the one where you need Windows to copy over? I actually just created an NFS share on my desktop that is mounted on the FreeMiNT side. Works great.

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