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Connecting to a Remote Serial Port over TCP/IP

Most modern machines don't have a serial port as standard; you could use a USB to serial lead, however, if you have another machine available that does have a serial port you can access it remotely ove...   Read More

xAce is Back in Active Development and Looking For Contributors

xAce is a great Jupiter Ace emulator and is in fact the one that I use the most, however it hasn't been actively developed since 1997 and therefore has some shortcomings. I am keen to improve the emul...   Read More

Emulating a DEC PDP-8 with SimH

The DEC PDP-8 mini-computer was launched on 22 March 1965 and was a great success. It was fairly cheap for the day and could easily be expanded. What attracts me most to the PDP-8 is its simple desig...   Read More

xAce - A Jupiter Ace Emulator for Unix (Patched to correct garbled display)

The only Jupiter Ace emulator that I found, which would work under Linux, was written by Edward Patel and is called xace. There is also a Windows version available, but I don't know anything more abou...   Read More

Using ScummVM to Play Classic Adventure Games

ScummVM is Virtual Machine, that allows you to run adventure games created for a number of game creation engines. This is a great way of playing those classic adventure games that you loved so much, o...   Read More

Using the latest z80pack, version 1.17, to emulate an Altair 8800 or IMSAI 8080 using the new graphical FrontPanel

Udo Munk has just released the latest version of his z80pack emulator, version 1.17, which now includes John Kichury's FrontPanel library. As well as being a superb emulator to run CP/M on, it now giv...   Read More

Using DOSBox to Run DOS Games and Applications

There were some brilliant games and applications released for DOS, and some of the games such as Command and Conquer are still very playable. There are a number of options to play these games today, f...   Read More

Setting up z80pack to Create an Emulated CP/M System

I have decided to try out some old CP/M software, but need something to run it on.  I could either do this on my Commodore 128 or through emulation.  Unfortunately the 1571 disk drive for my Commodore ...   Read More

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