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  1. Yes or no, depending on what hardware you had already. And how much of a budget you had at the time.
  2. A relatively recent and still experimental protocol named IPFS has come about. https://ipfs.io/ It seems especially well-suited for archival purposes and data that does not change very often. As a little experiment, I dumped all of the files out of the fujiology_archive_v1_0.iso into IPFS. They are now visible through the following link, at least for as long as I host them. https://ipfs.io/ipfs/QmUc6my8cJNiF8AGjVjPtyu47iAu2ohT5oDUecUGGbYuir Perhaps we could look at using this to mirror other archives to reduce bandwidth use and network strain?
  3. I think that might be part of the reason the 1090XL only had five slots. If there were up to three devices on board the system (like there would be on a 1450XLD), then this would avoid conflicts.
  4. Thank you for taking the time to explain these oddities and nuances. I really enjoy reading about them.
  5. The bulk of it starts at $6000. For whatever reason, there's just this stub at $0600: [0002] Block: 0600-0608 (0009) 0600 4C 07 60 JMP $6007 And a few other non-code bytes I omitted.
  6. So just from a cursory glance of the binary file, it looks like there's no part of the file to set RUNAD ($02E0) to 0600, so the binary gets loaded in to memory, but not executed. Also it's been a long time since I've looked at atari100, so I'm not 100% sure it will directly load a DOS file directly without a DOS disk image loaded first.
  7. Can you tell us a little more about them? Since they're of little interest to all but a few people would you have any problem releasing them?
  8. Obviously this is up to the developers' preference, but you could use github to track issues: https://github.com/FujiNetWIFI/fujinet-platformio/issues
  9. "between 9:30am and 1:30pm" Wow you got the deluxe service or something -- mine just says "by 7:45 pm". Still, it got bumped up a day, so I'm not complaining.
  10. In sixth grade, I wrote an Atari BASIC program to give me remainders from division problems rather than decimal answers. Obviously not particularly intricate, but awfully handy at the time.
  11. It sounds like Typo II is getting LISTed to disk along with the actual program. From https://www.atarimagazines.com/v3n9/TYPOII.html "To remove TYPO II from your program: Type LIST "D:FILENAME",0,31999 (Cassette owners LIST "C:",0,31999). Type NEW, then ENTER "D:FILENAME" (ENTER "C:" for cassettes). Your program is now in memory without TYPO II and can be SAVED or LISTed to disk or cassette."
  12. http://www.bbsdocumentary.com/software/ATARI/EIGHTBIT/CARINA/
  13. I think I found a bug in the Altirra OS ROM. If I run the attached program with either Altirra BASIC or Atari BASIC rev C and Altirra OS, the printed value of pi is off by one digit in several places. If I run it with OS Rev 3, it is correct. The proper value is 3.1415926535897932384... pi.bas
  14. Not the answer we wanted, but the answer we needed.
  15. Reminds me of Alternate Reality potions.
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