For those interested in acquiring a DC2N4-LC, Tiny C2N Monitor DIY kit or IECHost DIY kit, I’ve just updated my sales page with the available number of each of these.
Version 4.3 binaries of the DC2N4-LC multi-threaded GUI client were published within my Software page.
Within the same Software page I also published version 1.1 binaries of my filename extractors.
I also wrote a gist that uses the CBM ROM filename extractor in order to append the name of the first CBM ROM file found in each TAP file to the TAP filename itself. It requires a bash equivalent under Windows. If you have Git installed, you can use Git Bash.
Version 2.10 of the IECHost GUI client and version 4.2 of the DC2N4-LC multi-threaded client were published within my Software page.
In case you’re interested and missed my blog post on this one, be advised that a beta version of the DC2N4-LC multi-threaded GUI client for Linux has also been available within my Software page for a while.
Again, this is a very experimental version and not yet flagged as safe for normal usage: only use it if you are willing to help with testing it 🙂
Within my Software page, users might now download a beta version of the DC2N4-LC multi-threaded GUI client for Windows.
This is a very experimental program and not yet flagged as safe for normal usage so don’t use it unless you are willing to help with testing it 🙂