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SubjectRe: NEWSFLASH! Linux ported to Commodore VIC-20!!
hpa@transmeta.com (H. Peter Anvin) writes:
> In all seriousness, with the processing speed of modern CPUs it
> probably would be a no-brainer to support data storage to tape.

Reminds me that a couple of months ago I wrote two Linux programs to
connect an Apple II clone called MPF-II through its tape interface to
the PC sound card.

The same programs should work for this. Just connect a tape player
instead of the MPF-II.

The system has staggering file size of less than 64K and as staggering
speed. Plus you get great backwards compatibility!

--
Marko Kohtala - Marko.Kohtala@ntc.nokia.com, Marko.Kohtala@hut.fi

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