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  1. I like the inclusion of TIPI's drive mapping status in the web gui that came with the latest update. Well done!
  2. Is it possible, or are there plans to make an rs232 redirect similar to PI.PIO so we could use programs like Term80, Telco, FastTerm, and VT4?
  3. Hi, I meant to post this here but stupidly posted in the general TI99 forum. I finally put together my TIPI PEB system together and it is really an amazing project. After playing with it a while, I have found that I want to copy files from physical disks to the TIPI and back. I have mastered using the web interface and windows share to get files on the tipi . Anyway I came across the program ForceCommander and am having trouble understanding how to get it to load and run from the TIPI. Do I need the FinalGrom (I have one on order) to do this? I copied the FC folder over to TIPI and if I type the command CALL TIPI("TIPI.FC.FCMD") the system looks like it tries to load and then it reverts to the boot scree. I am probably being dense, but I really don't where to start. Thanks for any help to point me in the right direction.
  4. Hi, I finally put together my TIPI PEB system together and it is really an amazing project. After playing with it a while, I have found that I want to copy files from physical disks to the TIPI and back. I have mastered using the web interface and windows share to get files on the tipi . Anyway I came across the program ForceCommander and am having trouble understanding how to get it to load and run from the TIPI. Do I need the FinalGrom (I have one on order) to do this? I copied the FC folder over to TIPI and if I type the command CALL TIPI("TIPI.FC.FCMD") the system looks like it tries to load and then it reverts to the boot scree. I am probably being dense, but I really don't where to start. Thanks for any help to point me in the right direction.
  5. I was so excited to see the HexTi-r sd drive at arcade shopper so I bought it. Can't wait to play with it on my fat cc-40. I'm sure I'll have lots of questions. The rom cart is also very tempting...
  6. Jim, I have been a fan of your work for quite some time and have several of your go4retro creations. I would be more than happy to beta test anything that would be helpful to you. I have an expanded cc40 , hexbus rs232, and modem and would be very interested in an sd storage solution as well as a 40/80 column video solution. ~Bob
  7. This is the pin out of the lantronix unit: https://www.dropbox.com/s/kjkhybl5i524klq/Untitled.jpg?dl=0
  8. That would be great! I have the parts just need a little clarity.
  9. Hi, Does anyone have clear wiring diagram to make an adapter from TI 25 pin serial to a standard db9 male connector? I have a lantronix device that I want to use term 80 with. Thanks in advance. ~Bob
  10. Came across these graphics that I created many years ago with GeoPaint for my work in lighting. I still like my 128d better than my more modern computers.
  11. Yes, indeed. Since I sold my CMD HD, I had forgotten about the swap and reset switches to get the software to see the device. Nevermind that the UIEC couldn't run the os anyway. I do have my copy of Wheels up and running on a .dnp partition and it pretty well flies. I have all my programs and files in it and 16mb is plenty big. Now, if I can get a larger than 1581 partition to run CPM on the UIEc...
  12. Has anybody tried CMD's HD Utilities to format and create partitions on a UIEC? I'm thinking about giving it a shot...
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