So it seems that the truth is out about Bitlogic and the BAIXO Corporation.
Let me share it with you all:
Beware with AI.
In this post I’ll introduce MSXHub and how to use it in a very “linuxy” way just by organizing our packages a bit. You’ll need an MSX with MSX-DOS (probably in a flashcart) along with a network card and your fingers.
Introduction to MSXHub MSXHub is a superb repository tool for our MSX Systems that allows us to download MSX software (tools, games…) directly from our MSX without needing a computer.
I’m alive, again. Maki asked me to make a blog post about how we changed the MSX HitBit T7 japanese power supply unit (from now on PSU) for a more modern and european one. So, let’s do this.
Update (2020-05-29): Victor Muñoz tutorial Victor Muñoz followed this post (plus the discussion we have had on email) and did this mod. He has shared with me a PDF containing the tutorial he has made.
It has been a while since the last post. Yes I’m alive.
So, in this post I will introduce you to two marvelous concepts:
BitlBee IRC on an MSX with an TCP/IP UNAPI compatible network card. Let’s begin…
Introduction Why would you do that? I mean, there are more efficient ways to communicate with other people that require less effort, right?
Well, here are my two cents for the first point, BitlBee.
We have adapted a standard European SCART cable to use it with an MSX2 HB-F5. You have to change the pins of one of the ends (the connector that will be on the MSX) as follows:
**SCART – Japanese21
** X means not connected.
1 – X 2 – 6 3 – X 4 – 3 5 – 8 6 – 2 7 – 20 8 – X 9 – 7 10 – X 11 – 19 12 – X 13 – 13 14 – 14 15 – 15 16 – 16 17 – 17 18 – 18 19 – X 20 – 10