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 Post subject: 64net/2-rrnet v1.0
PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2007 9:10 pm 
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CSDb wrote:
Main features:
- Use your PC as fileserver for a group of c64-clients
- Share files among several clients.
- Mount/Create .d64/.d71/.d81 images, move, copy and delete files between different images/filesystems.
- Transfer happens over network via the RR-Net Module

Loading speed: 50kb/s
Saving speed: 30kb/s
Load/save-range: $0200-$ffff
Maximum clients: 16

As a replacement kernal is used, all kernalfunctions (even chrin/chrout as well as all iec commands) are fully supported. So all programs that use kernal-functions to load and save will work. Same should go for programs that were prepared to work for ide64.
Even M-R and M-W will work, but no M-E or UX commands, so of course speeders won't work this way.

Supported operating systems:
- Linux
- BSD and MacOS should work too, but untested in this version, so errors might occur during compilation due to missing includes.

read documentation/commands for a overview of possible (new) DOS-commands, and documentation README.rrnet for installation instructions.

Looks like really cool stuff. Has anyone tried it yet?

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 Post subject: Re: 64net/2-rrnet v1.0
PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2007 5:45 pm 
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If someone feels like compiling it for Mac OS X 10.4, I'll be happy :)

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I think this is/was highlander/flt's thing. I saw it in action once, I think I even used it for a short time. Was very quick and stable, but mostly I watch demos so was of limited use to me.

Definitely worthwhile though :)

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