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  1. Anybody need a PCI modem? Take your pick. $3 each (minimum order of two unless you are buying something else from me). Discounts for multiples. An offer to buy the entire lot (for say $18?) would take precedence if someone wants them all. Shipping not included. I haven't used these in ages so DOA's will be refunded or replaced. If you want to try and make an order and need any other old computer parts or maybe other random stuff let me know. I have TONS to get rid of. Many of these are either Compaq branded or have Compaq spares numbers on them. About half of them are Rockwell chips I believe. If you need info on any specific one let me know.
  2. Hi! In roughly 1986 a friend of mine gave me a copy of an 80 column term program he made. It is attached. I couldn't find it anywhere online but maybe it is already posted somewhere already? Boot the atr with basic disabled. If you inadvertently boot with basic you'll get the READY prompt in 80cols. As far as using the program: I can't figure out how to change baud. I think there is a way. Select toggles EOL/Linefeeds START toggles half/full duplex He or the 'Sector Spectres' also released at least one other program, too. Maybe those are kicking around somewhere. 80column term by Sector Spectre 003 v1.0.atr
  3. So, I have a bunch of Atari stuff for sale. I'm not sure as to what to price it (I'm not an Atari guy, I'm a Nintendo guy), and I'd like it to go to a Atari collector or someone who will put it to use/appreciate it. I'm not looking to make a killing. I just want a fair/going price for the stuff. It all works. The list consists of: Atari 520ST - Good shape - powers on/runs Atari 1040ST - Good shape - powers on/runs Atari 520ST - poor shape - powers on/runs 3.5 SF354 Atari 850 Atari 810 - 5.25 XM 301 410 Cassette Monitor SC1224 It's a rough list. I imagine most of you on here will know more about what I have. I have photos. Some of them are doubles. I want to make sure you can see the condition of the items. https://imgur.com/a/doqNz
  4. I'm happy to announce that Beta 3 of TcpSerSharp is out and it fully supports connections coming from real or virtual COM ports. I've tested it with AppleWin with great results. There is no reason to expect any other COM enabled emulator not to work. To use TcpSerSharp with an emulator that supports direct connections to a COM port, follow these steps. Download TcpSerSharp from GitHub. Download com0com (a virtual serial port package). Run the com0com setup and allow it to create a com port pair. Rename the com ports created by com0com such that they follow "COMx" where x is the port numbers. Install TcpSerSharp Navigate to %ProgramData% -- then right click the TcpSerSharp folder and give write permissions to all users. In the %ProgramData%\TcpSerSharp folder, open config.xml in your favorite text editor. Add a modem to the modem pool that looks like this: <Modem ​device='rs232' speed='9600' port='COMy' /> ​COMy is the second com port in your com0com pair. Restart the TcpSerSharp service to get the new modem loaded. Start your emulator and load your favorite term. Be sure your emulator is connecting to the FIRST com port of your com0com pair. If you need any help, post your questions here!
  5. What Is It? Hayesduino is an Arduino sketch that provides a bridge between the world of the Internet and small devices that do not have built-in ethernet capabilities. Old computers, such as the Commodore 64, Apple II and Atari 800 have serial ports, but do not have readily available Internet solutions with wide software support. While specialized solutions do exist for these platforms, they all require specialized software to use them and do not lend themselves to more general usage such as simply opening a socket, sending some data, and/or receiving some data. Hayesduino bridges this gap by emulating a Hayes compatible modem. This allows users to initiate Internet communications via sockets that are opened by "dialing" to a hostname and port. An example would be initiating a telnet session with a host by simply typing atdt hostname:23 and waiting for the host to respond. Using this technique, any online socket can be reached and communicated with. Hayesduino could have accomplished this without emulating a modem, but there needed to be a good way to allow the small machine to receive incoming connections. The three platforms listed above were all very popular systems for hosting BBS (bulletin board systems) which would accept calls over a telephone line via modem. Hayesduino simulates the incoming phone call whenever the software receives an inbound connection on port 23 (this is changeable in the code). When an incoming connection is detected, the Hayesduino will toggle the DCE-DCD line to trigger the remote software to answer the incoming "call". In this way a classic BBS can be hooked up directly to the Internet. http://hayesduino.codeplex.com
  6. Yes, some of you have noticed that some BBSes cause the FujiNet to hang. There is a ticket on github that explains this, here: This is caused by an unusual set of circumstances where the ESP32 isn't responding fast enough to received TCP packets. To improve performance, most hosts turn off Nagle While @mozzwald and I have been able to decrease the frequency of the hangs, we haven't been able to get rid of them completely, and have now reached out to the ESP32.COM forums to see if we can get some help, What I posted, follows:
  7. I have 2 - db9 male to db25 male, 850 to Hayes compatible modem cables. The pins are connected different on each. I'm thinking I know which one is wired correctly but need someone to help me feel confident about my decision. These are the pin connections 850 R1: Gray cable Black cable Pin# Pin# Pin# 1 20 6 2 8 8 3 2 2 4 3 3 5 7 7 6 6 20 7 4 4 8 5 5 The 6 and 20 pins on the modem side are reversed. Any thoughts?
  8. I might have the only Dreamcast in the US that no longer has it's original modem. With the DreamPi stuff coming along nicely and several old servers being resurrected(Alien Front Online to name one), I figure now's as good a time as any to try and relieve the magic a bit. So, yeah, 56k modem. The one that came with all US Dreamcasts. I'm looking for a spare one that works.
  9. Well, It's time for The Great Dreygor House Clearing Sale Extravaganza! I am having a convergence of events that dictate that I need to get rid of a bunch of stuff .. building a new house and not wanting to move a bunch of stuff when I move .. taking on a new expensive hobby project (renovating and converting arcade machine .. wouldn't be so bad if I was reselling it, but I am keeping it when I am done) .. and the wife plain simply says I have too much crap laying around and I need to get rid of it! I will be listing everything and will range from video games, toys, IT gear (computers, switches, and other cool stuff) and stuff you did not know you absolutely needed! each post will say what I am looking for however I am open to you making me an offer or even trading .. what my wife doesnt know I aquire wont hurt her! What you see in the picture is what you are getting. I will add stuff in groups at a time as it's time consuming. So it won't all be listed in one day. I would keep checking back to make sure you don't miss that one item you need! PAYMENT: All prices are USD. I accept PayPal ONLY. All sales are final and tech support is not included in the price (that will be extra .. although I do not have much time at the moment). PM me what you want and your offer. I will PM you back either acccepting you offer along with my PayPal address or I will PM you back with a counter offer of telling you to please reconsider your offer. You PayPal me the money the item is yours and I mark it as sold. Easy as that! SHIPPING: I do not tell you how much shipping is up front. I will combine shipping, but let me know everything you are buying so I can try to figure out how to package it for shipment. I will tell you the wieght and the size of the box. At that point you tell me how you want it shipped and pay for it via PayPal. If I get to the post office or UPS and what you paid me is not enough you will get a msg stating what the difference is. If the difference is great enough I will notify you of what USPS and UPS says the cost actually is.. I will ship anywhere in the world you want to pay me to ship it, however you assume all the risk if you do not pay for insurance. By the way this stuff is getting list on multiple sites so if you are thinking about getting something don't wait too long. Original Xbox Games Would like to get rid of these all in one lot. Make me an offer. These are all in cases, almost all have the instructions, and are in good shape. Every game plays. PlayStation 2 Games Would like to get rid of these all in one lot. Make me an offer. These are all in cases, almost all have the instructions, and are in good shape. Some games have surface scratches but does not affect how the game plays. StarTech.com PCIUSB3S4 4-Port PCI SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Adapter Card with SATA/SP4 Power $35 + shipping. Brand new still in sealed box. StarTech HSB4SATSASBA 4 Bay Aluminum Trayless Hot Swap Mobile Rack Backplane for 3.5in SAS II/SATA III - 6 Gbps HDD $65 + shipping. Brand new, unused StarTech.com ICUSBAUDIOB USB Stereo Audio Adapter External Sound Card $8.00 +shipping each. Slightly used, no driver disc you have to download from website. I have four (4) for sale. EnGenius EAP600 N600 High-Power Dual-Band Gigabit Indoor Wireless Access Point $60 + shipping. Brand new and un-used. I have two (2) for sale. EnGenius 802.3af PoE Injector I have two of these for sale. $20 + shipping for the new one and $12 + shipping for the used one NetGear R6300v2 – Smart Wi-Fi Router AC1750 Dual Band Gigabit $35 + shipping. Used but in very good shape. Motorola SurfBoard Extreme SBG6782-AC DOCSIS 3.0 AC1750 Cable Modem WiFi Router with build in MoCA (SBG6782-AC) I am selling two of these.I will let the brand new boxed one go for $150 + shipping and the used one go for $90 + shipping More to come later!
  10. I have gotten heavy into telnet BBSs and became rather impressed by the ST terminal program, TAZ, that allows 16 color ANSI emulation at medium res (2-bit color, of course) by way of color interlacing. Kind of like Megaroids and Quantum Paint, in approach. Anyway, I wrote about it a little and have a video showing the effect. For those interested. http://www.bytecellar.com/2017/06/18/four-colors-into-sixteen-terminal-innovation-on-the-atari-st/ bp
  11. Hi all! I will be moving so need to reduce my collection of vintage computer gear. I have placed some pictures of the many things I am selling on this post. I am adding new things each day. A short list of items... DECTalk Voice Synths (aka Stephan Hawkings) Tandy 1000SX IBM PC acoustic modem Tandy Model 100 Portable NEC PC201 Portable (like the Tandy 100 Portable) Compaq portable that is a beast (aka early portable!) TRS-80 CoCo with composite MOD Apple II drive Vortrax Voice Synth (a serious bad ass speech synth w/ Vortrax IC!!!!) There are some music samples CDs in my list so keep scrolling to the end. Also, there is a iSlate tablet. It's not retro but with the EYE TRACKER, it cost a total of $20K. All my items are here... https://www.ebay.com/sch/colorcomputerstore/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from= All are shipping from my place in Mass. Outside of Boston. I have turned on Global shipping for all items too. Thanks for helping make my move easier folks!
  12. I just won a fantastic Portfolio lot off of eBay Germany, and it contained a modem interface (along with a program called Portfolio Online). Was this made by Atari Netherlands or by a third party? The dox have no contact info or company identification beyond the Atari fuji.
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