i think cherry is the oem, right? maybe amiga had mitsumi ones too like all the c64 had?Yes, I was a bit nervous about changing the space bar, and the springs are slightly different sizes. It's actually quite a nice keyboard that the Amiga has.
For almost all machines with an actual bona fide cartidge port, the port is just an extension to the system bus. 2^x lines will be address lines (read) and 2^y data lines (write) and left over lines are likely be be clock lines or other ephemera I've forgotten about. They're mostly designed for you to strap extra ROMs to, but can be abused as general interfaces if you can design an address layout to publish the results of your off-core computations to, and run something on the core to poll those addresses and pull the data off when ready.That's pretty ace. I thought about how you could use a pi (zero) in a c64 cart as a co-processor, but my knowledge of the cartridge side of the c64 (and i guess the whole machine in general) is a little rusty these days
my lumafix64 shipping from berlin is still in the claws of dpd, my sidfx shipped in 2 days from denmark to germany.I ordered an 8MB expansion board for my A1200, but delivery seems to be taking a while. getting a little concerned, especially as I apparently had opted for standard shipping.
Where did you order it from?, Just curious as I've had mix results from various Retro hardware shops.I ordered an 8MB expansion board for my A1200, but delivery seems to be taking a while. getting a little concerned, especially as I apparently had opted for standard shipping.