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Originally Posted By mahlemiut
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FM-Towns driver

Barry, exist the keycode 95 for the emulated kb ?
shift + - = _ = 95


There is an input for the underscore key, should be listed in the input menu, but defaults to 'none'. Mapping to a spare key (if you have any ;)) should then work (I've mapped it through the input menu to the Print Screen key).


It seems, it is not working for me. I use a QWERTZ kb with German layout.
I tried to map it to Print Screen key (in German = Druck) but it is not working.



If i press now the mapped key I get following character :





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Looks right to me, you just have to press Shift with the defined key to get the underscore. Yes, I know that seems confusing. smile


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Originally Posted By mahlemiut
Looks right to me, you just have to press Shift with the defined key to get the underscore. Yes, I know that seems confusing. smile


Thatīs it. I forgot to press shift + mapped key, my stupidity.
It is normally logical because on orig kb I have to press shift + key to reach the underscore.
Thank you. smile

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Hello Curt,

Originally Posted By Curt Coder
Compiling src/mess/machin/ti99/tn_usbsm.c...
tn_usbsm.c
src\mess\machine\ti99\tn_usbsm.c(272) : warning C4333: '>>' : right shift by too large amount, data loss
Compiling src/mess/machine/ti99/tn_ide.c...
tn_ide.c
src\mess\machine\ti99\tn_ide.c(193) : warning C4333: '>>' : right shift by too large amount, data loss
src\mess\machine\ti99\tn_ide.c(204) : warning C4333: '>>' : right shift by too large amount, data loss


should be fixed now. Both are devices that are not fully tested by me; just inherited from earlier developments. Thanks for the report, but I'd suggest to post such reports to the devs mailing list; I just stumbled over your message here. Or send me a PM.

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Barry, you might see if that BSD boot disk gets any further on the X68030 with latest. (Probably not, but you never know).

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Already tried that, MESS bombs out with an unimplemented FPU mode. Gets no further.


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FPU mode? That may be easy to fix.

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To be exact:
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M68kFPU: FSAVE unhandled mode 2 reg 0 at dc53c


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#9749 should fix that.

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Hi Arbee

NetBSD 3.1 on X68030 Starts to load and then the driver dies with this:
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040fpu0: FMOVEM: mode 2 unimplemented at 00000B6E

SVN9749

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