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#80034 - 06/12/12 07:40 PM Re: ex- USSR and Soviet Bloc hardware [Re: shattered]  
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OK -- http://goput.it/x6g.zip (besta_rom.zip)

#80035 - 06/12/12 07:42 PM Re: ex- USSR and Soviet Bloc hardware [Re: shattered]  
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Like I said, I was able to get the roms the first time so reposting wasn't really necessary smile

ETA: and the odds of Not Me(tm) writing a driver for a 680x0+MMU+FPU are roughly zero, with dueling 5% chances of Olivier and Hans ;-)

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#80036 - 06/12/12 07:52 PM Re: ex- USSR and Soviet Bloc hardware [Re: shattered]  
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(fingers crossed) :-)

OK, I'll go find other interesting hardware -- there's a triple-CPU system called Istra-4816 (one i8086, two i8080's) that could run DOS and CP/M concurrently (second 8080 acted as an I/O processor, I think).

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#80099 - 06/19/12 07:22 PM Re: ex- USSR and Soviet Bloc hardware [Re: shattered]  
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Irisha -- yet another i8080-based school computer, a backplane-based design. This one never went into mass production. Apparently processor board could be replaced with i8086-based one, and peripherals were designed to be somewhat compatbible with IBM PC.

MESS status -- skeleton driver, working keyboard but no peripherals (cassette, floppy, game ports), incomplete video implementation (it's CGA-like, with 320x200 and 640x200 modes), memory banking not emulated etc.

Other emulators -- Bashkiria-2M (has most of the above).

Technical manual (has ROM dumps, schematics, PCB layouts) -- http://emuverse.ru/downloads/computers/Irisha/docs/Irisha%20Personal%20Computer.djvu

Software: not found/dumped yet. Apparently there was a CP/M port.

#80129 - 06/21/12 02:22 PM Re: ex- USSR and Soviet Bloc hardware [Re: R. Belmont]  
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Originally Posted By R. Belmont
Like I said, I was able to get the roms the first time so reposting wasn't really necessary smile

ETA: and the odds of Not Me(tm) writing a driver for a 680x0+MMU+FPU are roughly zero, with dueling 5% chances of Olivier and Hans ;-)


Actually finding out what the hell is going wrong with the MMU (if it's the MMU) that causes the segfault on install on NeXT would be just beautiful. More Unixy systems drivers may help there.

OG.

#80130 - 06/21/12 02:30 PM Re: ex- USSR and Soviet Bloc hardware [Re: shattered]  
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Agreed. Once the 5380's rewritten as nscsi it should be possible to try and run A/UX on the Mac driver (currently the bootloader comes up and can't see any SCSI disks), and I'm interested in bringing up sun3x too.

NetBSD dies on both X68030 and NeXT right now, that might be an easy way to find some MMU gremlins.

#80131 - 06/21/12 02:46 PM Re: ex- USSR and Soviet Bloc hardware [Re: shattered]  
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Hi i was just wondering if you managed to find any software dumps for the Bashkiria 2m computer! i have some cpm disk dumps for that system well there supposed to be for it anyway. im interested in russian systems so if you know where i can find any good emulators or software for russian systems please let me know!

#80148 - 06/21/12 08:38 PM Re: ex- USSR and Soviet Bloc hardware [Re: shattered]  
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@Bronxie: There are some dumps in http://bashkiria-2m.narod.ru/files/disk/b2m.rar and http://bashkiria-2m.narod.ru/files/disk/b2m_new.rar

We have lots of emulators, what specifically are you interested in?

#80151 - 06/22/12 07:02 AM Re: ex- USSR and Soviet Bloc hardware [Re: Bronxie]  
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Originally Posted By Bronxie
Hi i was just wondering if you managed to find any software dumps for the Bashkiria 2m computer! i have some cpm disk dumps for that system well there supposed to be for it anyway. im interested in russian systems so if you know where i can find any good emulators or software for russian systems please let me know!


MESS driver
When the cursor start to blink then press any key.
CP/M will boot now from the disk.

PS: Here a old screenshot.

#80152 - 06/22/12 08:19 AM Re: ex- USSR and Soviet Bloc hardware [Re: R. Belmont]  
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Originally Posted By R. Belmont
NetBSD dies on both X68030 and NeXT right now, that might be an easy way to find some MMU gremlins.


NetBSD/x68k should get further when the MB89352 is re-written to use nscsi. Volunteers are welcome. smile


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