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chue

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  1. Yes one of the members here, Fabrice Montupet, has created a new board with his TI(ny)-99/4A:
  2. @Tursi When I ran it before, it ran fine in the demo (attract) mode. I don't recall if I started a game though. I didn't have a joystick at the time, so I wasn't able to play. (I'm in the process of moving, so my TI stuff is in boxes.) Just to clarify, my TI has: Speech Synth + NanoPEB + FinalGROM. I don't have an F18A.
  3. Works on my system without an F18A. I do have the NanoPEB + FinalGROM.
  4. I'm sure you would have some takers on AtariAge.
  5. Sounds like the perfect excuse to switch to commodity PC hardware; then install your favorite Linux distro.
  6. Mine shows Realtek: # ls /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/kernel/drivers/net/ethernet/ 3com amd cisco intel neterion rocker tehuti 8390 aquantia dec jme.ko.xz netronome sfc ti adaptec atheros dlink marvell nvidia silan via agere broadcom dnet.ko.xz mellanox packetengines sis wiznet alteon brocade emulex micrel qlogic smsc xircom altera cadence ethoc.ko.xz myricom rdc stmicro amazon chelsio fealnx.ko.xz natsemi realtek sun # ls /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/kernel/drivers/net/ethernet/realtek 8139cp.ko.xz 8139too.ko.xz atp.ko.xz r8169.ko.xz
  7. This is as far as I got, which is to find the top level directory where the ethernet drivers are located. I have no idea about the contents of said directory though. ls /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/kernel/drivers/net/ethernet/ Source: https://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/howto-display-list-of-modules-or-device-drivers-in-the-linux-kernel/
  8. Something tells me you also like Nintendo.
  9. My copy of "The Attack" turned into "Dragon's Lair".
  10. Yes I was wondering how anyone could type in XB programs.
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