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ROM source code 6801

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#1 weirdocollector OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Nov 25, 2018 3:39 AM

Hi!

 

I've recently 'discovered' the Coleco ADAM and I've found a fascinating machine  :)

 

I'm now trying to collect as much technical info as I can, but I cannot find anywhere the source code files (I understand that binaries are the ones used by MESS) of the ROMs of the various 6801 processor used by the ADAM.

 

I've found the PDF with the same code, but having source files would be very handy.

 

I've already searched the forum, but the link to the archive with these files (http://drushel.cwru....01/6801_src.zip) does not work.

 

Can anyone send it to me in a PM, or give a working link?

 

Thanks in advance for any help.  :)



#2 Bruce Tomlin OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Dec 6, 2018 5:57 PM

Can anyone send it to me in a PM, or give a working link?

 

https://web.archive....01/6801_src.zip

 

When in doubt, always check archive.org first. I'm just surprised that it archived a zip file.

 

So is there source code for other devices, like maybe a floppy drive?

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#3 Bruce Tomlin OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Dec 6, 2018 6:15 PM

Check this out...

 

https://web.archive....ushel.cwru.edu/

 

There's a lot of stuff in there, it might be possible to reconstruct the whole web site.



#4 weirdocollector OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Dec 7, 2018 4:04 AM

 

https://web.archive....01/6801_src.zip

 

When in doubt, always check archive.org first. I'm just surprised that it archived a zip file.

 

So is there source code for other devices, like maybe a floppy drive?

 

Thanks Bruce!

 

A real treasure trove  :)

 

Thanks again.







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