|Repository moved to github
Six years, nearly to the day, after the last news I'm pleased to announce that with the arrival of the CT60e I've decided to continue my work on some parts of the CT60 package.
Subversion is no longer an option in 2016 so the whole project has been moved to https://github.com/mikrosk/ct60tos. That includes *all* CT60/CTPCI TOS public source releases as well as all of the branches me and Patrice...
|New CT60/CTPCI release
On December 12, 2010 Didier has released new CT60 and CTPCI packages. There's major change to previous betas, TOS + boot code is now placed separately into one package and PCI drivers are flashed independently to TOS. You can find them in Files section.
Hopefully, I'll find a time to merge sources back to svn some day...
Patrice Mandin has released famous pciutils package known from Linux. That means you can use 'lspci' command to get list of connected devices!
You can find it in Files section.
|Mailing lists are working!
Just to let you know, thanks to Alan and Rob, we've got working mailing lists. You can subscribe via "Lists" on the left. Integration for viewing emails isn't done for this edition of GForge but you can easily read emails on web:
http://mail.atariforge.org/pipermail/ctpci-user (User ML)
http://mail.atariforge.org/pipermail/ctpci-devel (Development ML)
(I've played with archiving o...
|Website up and running!
I've added 1.03c and 1.04a versions of CT60/CTPCI releases, created both user- and devel-mailing lists and imported original source code of 1.04a into subversion repository. Feel free to post any ideas or comments to user mailing list!