I've just created a pull request for adding the AEG Olympia Olytext 30 to the pc.cpp driver.
It's a neat little XT clone that I've in my possession for a long time after picking it up from the dumpster, and I must even have tried to use it as a mini desktop, as there are some additions by me on the harddisk. It's a slot CPU design that is very compact and therefore working on it is a pain in the butt.
What I hadn't realized at the time though, is that the machine contains a Z180 coprocessor card that is necessary to run the bespoke word processor, OT30.exe.
There is a Z80 based Olytext 20, (discussion in German, photos and maybe forthcoming ROMs here
), so maybe this Z180 card is what's needed to run the Oly 20 word processor with a DOS wrapper to start up the coprocessor. If the card is missing, OT30.exe complains:
I've created a pull request for the addition to the PC driver, but the Z180 card (and probably the graphics card) would have to be emulated as well to consider the machine fully operational.
Here are the photos and the ROMs from this machine:AEG Olympia Olytext 30 photosAEG Olympia Olytext 30 ROMs
I managed to read the harddisk with David Gesswein's MFM reader and extracted the DOS and the word processor on two floppy images that I've uploaded to the FTP along with the ROMs and pictures. I'd like to stay these restricted to the devs until we can make sure by running the word processor, that no files related to the previous owner (a rather big company of my hometown) remain.