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  1. Okay, couldn't wait and I'm proud to report: YOU HAVE FIXED IT! Great work @apc, very impressive. Network (internet host) connection is working well with stock SIO2USB connector, running fujinet-pc on a raspberry pi3. Now if I could just remember how to use the 130XE... 🤯
  2. Thanks @apc, I'll pull it down and try it out this weekend. Much appreciated!
  3. Thanks for this great program @apc! I'm just an atari nostalgia guy having fun after the holidays, but very ignorant -- probably missing something obvious. For some reason can't get the config to boot up on the 130xe -- if I understood the thread the sio2usb diode rewire mod was only necessary to connect additional SIO hardware; perhaps I'm mistaken? I'm using a stock sio2usb (lotharek 2019-Apr-25 hardware), running fujinet-pc with 'sudo ./run-fujinet'. The web interface comes up fine, and the sio2usb interface is detected by dmesg as /dev/ttyUSB0: <code> 'lsusb' Bus 001 Device 019: ID 0403:6001 Future Technology Devices International, Ltd FT232 USB-Serial (UART) IC </code> I am not able to set hosts or mounts from the web interface on the raspberry pi side, but I think this is expected behavior. Tried to boot 130xe across sio2usb with HSIO Disabled, Command DSR, Proceed DTR. At boot the 130xe produces an interrupted tone and a blue screen flashing like it's trying to load with the following debug: <code> 14:54:57.973381 > CF: 31 53 00 00 84 14:54:57.973469 > FujiNet CONFIG boot 14:54:57.973504 > disk sio_process() 14:54:57.974414 > ACK! 14:54:57.974482 > disk STATUS 14:54:57.974510 > response: 0x00, 0xff, 0xe0 14:54:57.974537 > ->SIO write 4 bytes 14:54:57.974940 > COMPLETE! 14:54:57.991703 > SIO CMD processed in 22 ms 14:54:58.002253 > 14:54:58.006751 > CF: 31 52 01 00 84 14:54:58.006850 > FujiNet CONFIG boot 14:54:58.006871 > disk sio_process() 14:54:58.007738 > ACK! 14:54:58.007797 > ATR READ 1 / 720 14:54:58.007825 > FileHandlerLocal::seek 14:54:58.007855 > FileHandlerLocal::read 14:54:58.007878 > ->SIO write 128 bytes 14:54:58.008283 > COMPLETE! 14:54:58.081512 > SIO CMD processed in 79 ms 14:54:58.082862 > 14:54:58.084368 > !!! Extra bytes pending (5) 14:54:58.084417 > CF: 31 52 01 00 84 14:54:58.084441 > FujiNet CONFIG boot 14:54:58.084459 > disk sio_process() 14:54:58.085367 > ACK! 14:54:58.085426 > ATR READ 1 / 720 14:54:58.085457 > FileHandlerLocal::seek 14:54:58.085490 > FileHandlerLocal::read 14:54:58.085511 > ->SIO write 128 bytes 14:54:58.085923 > COMPLETE! 14:54:58.171512 > SIO CMD processed in 89 ms 14:54:58.186158 > 14:54:58.189990 > !!! Extra bytes pending (5) 14:54:58.190087 > CF: 31 52 02 00 85 14:54:58.190115 > FujiNet CONFIG boot 14:54:58.190134 > disk sio_process() 14:54:58.191210 > ACK! 14:54:58.191259 > ATR READ 2 / 720 14:54:58.191292 > FileHandlerLocal::read 14:54:58.191316 > ->SIO write 128 bytes 14:54:58.191706 > COMPLETE! 14:54:58.261505 > SIO CMD processed in 75 ms </code> I tried the other COMMAND and PROCEED settings but no dice. Very sorry if I've forgotten a critical piece of info in this unforgivably long post. Thanks again for the great work!
  4. Surfing here 30 minutes after you. Still love my 130XE, gonna try fujinet-pc on a raspberry pi tomorrow with a USB2SIO.
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