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Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: R. Belmont] #115286
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-listslots is very useful. Man, that list is impressive. So many cool things to try.

aesms Applied Engineering Super Music Synthesizer
aevm80 Applied Engineering Viewmaster 80
alfam2 ALF MC1 / Apple Music II
ap16 IBS AP-16 80 column card
ap16alt IBS AP-16 80 column card (alt. version)
applicard PCPI Applicard
arcbd Third Millenium Engineering Arcade Board
cffa2 CFFA2000 Compact Flash (65C02 firmware, www.dreher.net)
cffa202 CFFA2000 Compact Flash (6502 firmware, www.dreher.net)
corvus Corvus Flat Cable interface
diskii Apple Disk II controller
diskiing Apple Disk II NG controller (16-sector)
diskiing13 Apple Disk II NG controller (13-sector)
dx1 Decillonix DX-1
echoii Street Electronics Echo II
echoiiplus Street Electronics Echo Plus
ezcgi E-Z Color Graphics Interface
ezcgi9938 E-Z Color Graphics Interface (TMS9938)
ezcgi9958 E-Z Color Graphics Interface (TMS9958)
mcms1 Mountain Computer Music System (card 1)
mcms2 Mountain Computer Music System (card 2)
memexp Apple II Memory Expansion Card
midi 6850 MIDI card
mockingboard Sweet Micro Systems Mockingboard
mouse Apple II Mouse Card
parallel Apple Parallel Interface Card
pcxport Applied Engineering PC Transporter
phasor Applied Engineering Phasor
ramfactor Applied Engineering RamFactor
sam Don't Ask Software S.A.M.
scsi Apple II SCSI Card
softcard Microsoft SoftCard
ssbapple Multitech Industrial SSB Apple speech card
ssc Apple Super Serial Card
ssprite Synetix SuperSprite
swyft IAI SwyftCard
thclock ThunderWare ThunderClock Plus
themill Stellation Two The Mill
tm2ho Applied Engineering TimeMaster H.O.
twarp Applied Engineering TransWarp
ultraterm Videx UltraTerm (original)
ultratermenh Videx UltraTerm (enhanced //e)
videoterm Videx VideoTerm
vtc1 unknown VideoTerm clone #1
vtc2 unknown VideoTerm clone #2
zipdrive Zip Technologies ZipDrive

Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: rfka01] #115287
05/13/19 02:27 PM
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By default the II and II Plus have lang (Apple II 16K Languard Card) in slot 0, mockingboard in slot 4, and diskiing in slot 6.

The IIe has ext80 (Apple 64K Extended 80 Column Card) in the aux slot, mockingboard in slot 4, and diskiing in slot 6. The AE RamWorks III is also supported for the aux slot, for up to 1 meg usable by AppleWorks.

The memory-expandable IIc versions have a memory card installed and a Mockingboard 4C. -ramsize values above 128K populate the memory card.

All IIes and IIcs have a No-Slot Clock.

Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: rfka01] #115288
05/13/19 04:35 PM
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.nibs can be oversized (36 tracks instead of 35).
Golden Child, if you want to share some with me, then I can try to work out what's wrong with them.
Normally, .nibs are 232960 bytes long, and can't be in the wrong sector order - they're just steams of track data.

Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: rfka01] #115336
05/23/19 08:20 AM
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Is it possible to set a specific ram size in KB for the Apple IIgs?

I realise the following will work;

>mame64 apple2gsr1 -ramsize 4M

and so will;

>mame64 apple2gsr1 -ramsize 4096K

But I would like to add a 4MB RAM card to a ROM01 IIgs which has 256K onboard by default.
So I believe that works out as 4096K + 256K = 4352K

But the following isn't accepted by MAME;

>mame64 apple2gsr1 -ramsize 4352K

or am I confused?

Cheers

Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: rfka01] #115337
05/23/19 11:59 AM
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Sorry, yes, I didn't bother to compute all of the K values for ROM 01 and ROM 03, I just went to megabytes. I will add the more detailed values in the future.

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