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On 9/29/2020 at 12:15 AM, eebuckeye said:

Looks terrific! I need to try to get my Geneve going.  I wish I could find videos on Geneve software, etc.

 

 

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On 11/16/2013 at 11:38 PM, Omega-TI said:

Click on image to get full 6,000 X 4,000 resolution

 

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This and other posts like it with that hot little framed TI logo have finally inspired me to do something similar, albeit with my Commodore system, since that is the one I have permanently set up (I have a TI system, but only so much room for permanent set ups I am afraid).

 

Thank you guys!  Even though Commodore is my main jam I continue to see this as the best retro computing board on the net.

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2 minutes ago, mozartpc27 said:

This and other posts like it with that hot little framed TI logo have finally inspired me to do something similar, albeit with my Commodore system, since that is the one I have permanently set up (I have a TI system, but only so much room for permanent set ups I am afraid).

 

Thank you guys!  Even though Commodore is my main jam I continue to see this as the best retro computing board on the net.

 

Cool let me know when you post a picture of your Commodore setup and I'll go over to the Commodore section and take a peek!  I also agree with you about AtariAge being the best! 👍

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Just now, Omega-TI said:

 

Cool let me know when you post a picture of your Commodore setup and I'll go over to the Commodore section and take a peek!  I also agree with you about AtariAge being the best! 👍

AtariAge is great, but I actually specifically meant the TI-99 forum.

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3 minutes ago, mozartpc27 said:

AtariAge is great, but I actually specifically meant the TI-99 forum.

 

<GRIN>  Yeah, we do seem to have a disproportionate amount of post! 😄

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Ha!  I hadn't even noticed that!  That's crazy.  I post mostly on lemon64 for Commodore related stuff, as I suppose a lot of folks do, which might explain the Commodore numbers, but still...

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My 32k "In the console" F18 equipped CF7+ Raspberry Pi 400 Mickey Mouse time keeping work and play station. It looks like they were meant to be together.  lol.  A quick press of a button on the TV remote and I get full access to the AtariAge forums. Ain't technology grand!  Haha..it works brilliantly. 20210223_151801.thumb.jpg.cdb5cf81b83a43d35982e5db48373bf1.jpg

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On 12/28/2020 at 6:01 AM, arcadeshopper said:

Finally got a sidecar disk controller yay!98151079962e33b20c346e35df5f830e.jpg

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In this case, I would paint it beige :grin:

 

ACK ACK ACK

 

 

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Some superb setups shared here, really enjoyed going through.

 

Only just set mine up, I had the TI99 as a kid when they first released and it took over from the classic Grandstand 2000.

 

Recently rebought the 99 and have been loving playing these old classics again. 

 

Still alot of updating to my setup required, just fitted the shelf today so it's coming along already.

 

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So happy to find a nice TI99 community here, I'm just a big standard user I'm afraid, used to program in the games from the books as a kid but that was as far as it went for me. My knowledge is about the same level now as it was back then.

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Just placed today.  Raspberry pi to the right.

But I've recently added the TI black tape recorder.

edit. (I meant this photo)

 

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19 hours ago, GDMike said:

Just placed today.  Raspberry pi to the right.

But I've recently added the TI black tape recorder.

edit. (I meant this photo)

 

 

Good to see your TI takes priority with the larger monitor!

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6 hours ago, Shift838 said:

Good to see your TI takes priority with the larger monitor!

Of course. I'm blind as hell too.lol

This helps. I'm going to get geneve pulled back out and the TI back in to start working on something. If you don't do the Google translate then I'll have to do it in windows..sorry. maybe later you can adapt it when you're time is freed.

OR if you start doing this Google translate, then I'll start doing a 2Million record database. Uh, yeah it's in windows...

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Ok. Here's mine, now. Moved everything to the new table top.

From right to left.

Local hard drive

Raspberry pi showing the news 24/7

(Or any tv stream)

My documents can be pulled here.

Center view.

Geneve running, it has a ti disk card

Then left view

Ti-99/4A tipi, and 1Mb SAMs and soon a SID Master 99. No disk controller.

But I can do more since tipi is mapped for drives 1,2,3 and 4.

Thanks to Victor Steerup, Brad Geels

 

 

 

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Finally got the fully loaded PEB and TI monitor of my adolescent dreams (Thanks Greg).  Had a PEB back in the day, but only had an RS-232 card, probably still in my mother's basement.  Amazing how unobtainable this all seemed to me in '82.   Also amazing how much better an F18A with a modern monitor and a TIPI is, but there's just no substitute for real iron.  If I can successfully compile Tombstone City with 100% original hardware, I'll consider it a childhood goal accomplished. 

 

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Finally got the fully loaded PEB and TI monitor of my adolescent dreams (Thanks Greg).  Had a PEB back in the day, but only had an RS-232 card, probably still in my mother's basement.  Amazing how unobtainable this all seemed to me in '82.   Also amazing how much better an F18A with a modern monitor and a TIPI is, but there's just no substitute for real iron.  If I can successfully compile Tombstone City with 100% original hardware, I'll consider it a childhood goal accomplished. 
 
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Yay! They made it alive!

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And now my dream systems a bit more dressed up.  Yes I did compile Tombstone City, so I can die now. 

 

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