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Darkstar #123213 02/13/24 04:46 PM
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ok thanks I'm going to find the list on GitHub but it's not going to be easy for me

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Hey guys guess what version of Nuts & Milk I recently obtained from a Yahoo Japan Auction

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PC-6001 mkIi smile

Pretty cool finding!

Btw do you know if Wizardry 2 (knight of diamonds) for ms2 has been dumped? Just realized the other day it doesn't seem to be available anywhere.

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Well, I don't think it has been dumped yet and I still want to get Nuts & Milk for Pc-6001MkII, and my other games listed on Mame, but I got no luck

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Also how do I make a pull request on GitHub I don't want to mess this up

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Fork MAME to your Github account, sync that fork to your local machine, make the changes and push them back to your fork on Github, and then use the Github web interface to open a pull request.

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Didn't want to open a new thread just for this, but apparently some russian(?) 90's phones had a Z80 and a 9-digit 7-segment display, so you can put custom ROMs in and run Bad Apple on them, as presented on Revision 2024 this yesterday... You need to squint quite a lot though ;-)



(in case the timestamp link doesn't work, the interesting part starts at 16:45)

Edit: it placed 1st in the Wild competition

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Originally Posted by Darkstar
apparently some russian(?) 90's phones had a Z80 and a 9-digit 7-segment display, so you can put custom ROMs in and run Bad Apple on them, as presented on Revision 2024 this yesterday... You need to squint quite a lot though ;-)

Edit: it placed 1st in the Wild competition

Most of these were 'Caller ID' phones, abusing an ANI feature of analog exchanges for fun and profit -- http://phrack.org/issues/69/2.html

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Here, four parts describe the operation of the "Correlating signal receive" algorithm, its implementation on the i8080, Z80, PIC16 and x86 and its deep optimization. The video is in Russian, but you can enable translation of subtitles.




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