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  1. uyjulian

    QuadraFPGA: HDMI for the 68040 PDS slot

    I think the better bet for video acceleration is reversing the ATI drivers and maybe backporting them. The decompiler situation should be better for PPC (compared to 68k)
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    [A/UX] Drop-in clean A/UX install image for SCSI2SD

    For disk images, they should be available on Macintosh Garden. For bootable ones however, I'm not aware of any, so you need to boot from a different disk (e.g. System 7.x) first
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    [A/UX] Drop-in clean A/UX install image for SCSI2SD

    Install the LaCie Silverlining driver
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    A/UX Developer's Tools?

    Nice.
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    Sil3112 Card in a PowerBook Pismo

    Would be interesting to have a method to load or extract the EEPROM data such that it can be used at runtime. Might be interesting for quickly iterating on other PCI<->SATA bridge chips, virtio-blk or NVMe support also.
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    OS9 Programming & UTF-8

    It shouldn't be too hard to port iconv.
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    Looks like TLS 1.3 has been made to work on Windows 3.1. Can the same be done for System 7?

    You can use a ssh client on your Mac if you like coding on your Mac. This allows you to use e.g. retro68 and nano from your Mac. https://68kmla.org/bb/index.php?threads/ssheven-a-modern-ssh-client-for-mac-os-7-8-9.38593/
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    In-System-Programmable ROM SIMM

    An alternative would be to expose MTP. Then you can change files without eject/reinsert...
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    Macintosh IIci Logicboard recreation

    Nice I have some bombed boards I could use for ports. Some additional ideas I'll throw in: Integrate ram and e.g. zuluscsi on the mainboard mini-ITX/ATX compatible layout
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    Installer SDK tips?

    If there is a mechanism like NSIS plugins, you could use that to handle your driver installation code.
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    MAME/SNES Sound & Music Rippers

    vgmtrans? https://github.com/vgmtrans/vgmtrans Or https://code.google.com/archive/p/loveemu/
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    Getting rid of the 'Your clock is not set to the correct time' alert dialog after System 7 boots

    Probably a more foolproof method would be to set the time to the last modified of the INIT, then modify the last modified of the INIT on shutdown
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    alternatives for WPA2 networking under OS9

    I'm not sure if RNDIS or USB-ECM drivers exist for OS9, but if they do, you could probably skip the ethernet adapter and just connect the phone directly for tethering.
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    LocalTalk... but faster?

    I wonder if it would be possible to use both the modem and the printer serial ports together for faster speeds.
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    Porting LinuxDoom to System 7 (or trying to) - progress and questions

    alloca is usually implemented as a compiler builtin. It allocates a buffer on the stack. There is usually no library associated with it In a lot of cases you can usually replace alloca calls with malloc / free. And it may be needed if you are low on stack space
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    Porting LinuxDoom to System 7 (or trying to) - progress and questions

    You can use Universal Interfaces to have support for those post system-7 features in Retro68
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    Motorola 68060 upgrade

    I believe the missing part to get any accelerator working on Macs is timing/arbitration related to interfacing with the rest of the hardware. That's most likely why stuff like floppy and SCSI have some issues working. If you just want to run software, but faster, without original hardware, then...
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    Looks like TLS 1.3 has been made to work on Windows 3.1. Can the same be done for System 7?

    RSA signatures are definitely slow, but ed25519 signatures might give you better performance.
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    A/UX 3.1.1 Post Install Scripts

    Whoops, another mistake: forgot of= pax -w -p /path/to/directory | dd bs=16384 of=/dev/rdsk/c1d0s31
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    [A/UX] Drop-in clean A/UX install image for SCSI2SD

    mount /dev/dsk/cXd0sY /your/mountpoint where X is the SCSI id, Y is the slice, and /your/mountpoint is the mountpoint If you are not sure of the slice, dp /dev/dsk/cXd0s31 (X is the SCSI id. slice=31 is the whole disk) Type "P" as the command and this will print out the partition table...
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