Re: [cc65] Execute on a real machine

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Date: 2010-01-21 14:18:14
On 2010-01-21, at 13:58, Yvan Janssens wrote:

> Hi,
> I want to execute my programs on a real machine, but how do I do that?
> I'm using a C64, with a DigiSette (my PC can't read 5,25" floppies, it
> even can't read the 3,5" models...)
> I've got the following devices:
> * tapes
> * digisette
> * Computer with sound card
> * Stereo with tape recorder
> Personally, I think that's enough to accomplish the task. But I don't
> know where to start...
> If this is not possible, is it possible to attach a 5,25" floppy drive
> to my PC and write the programs that way? I've still got the floppy
> connector on my mainboard...

This question is more of a generic CBM FAQ than anything CC65 related, and as such is also to a degree covered in

Although currently I'd recommend you to get one of IDE64, uIEC (the latter easier to obtain) and transfer your files via flash memory based cards (CF, SD). If you still have parallel port in your machine you can get cheaper out with XM/XA cable and software stuff like opencbm aka cbm4linux.

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