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So another thread got me thinking about drivers and their important role in keeping retro hardware useful in the current age (and how a lot of manufacturers drop the ball pretty early and leave some really great peripherals without support).

 

Then I started searching around and found this stuff (I'm sure there's a lot more out there):

 

 

http://read.pudn.com/downloads151/ebook/655187/Windriver.pdf

 

https://bootlin.com/doc/books/ldd3.pdf

 

 

 

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This came to mind last night as I found a USB-ti-GPIB (IEEE-488) adapter. Was wondering about using it for Commodore disk drives.

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