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Does anyone have a copy of the NanoPEB Version 2 manual?

 

 

Are you sure it exists? To spite the fact the webpage for nanopeb no longer available, the files directories still work and I don't see it in there.

 

http://webpages.charter.net/nanopeb/downloads/nanoPEB/docs/

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i almost swore there was one. Now all of you have me thinking that the only modification that was really done from the manual was actually maybe just on the main site to show the differences for the RS232 open command:

 

nanoPEB (Version 1)

nanoPEB Version 1 uses the TMS9902 UART for traditional performance. It provides an RS-232 port named "RS232".

Features: CPU RAM - 32K - Fully compatible with Extended BASIC and Editor/Assembler Emulates of three floppy drives - DSK1, DSK2 and DSK3 Comes with a Compact Flash - Compact Flash is preloaded with CFMGR. Virtual 400kb diskettes (called "volumes") Original 99/4a diskette was only 90kb! Serial Port "RS232" - uses standard DB-9 cables (needs null modem cable to connect to PC). Baud rate up to 9600. Built-in BASIC commands lets you format and mount volumes into the emulated disk drives. Sample OPEN command in BASIC: -
OPEN #1:"RS232.BA=9600.DA=8.PA=N.EC" nanoPEB (Version 2)

nanoPEB Version 2 uses the 16C550 UART for higher performance. It provides an RS-232 port named "COM1" which replaces the PIO port found in CF7+.

Features: CPU RAM - 32K - Fully compatible with Extended BASIC and Editor/Assembler Emulates of three floppy drives - DSK1, DSK2 and DSK3 Comes with a Compact Flash - Compact Flash is preloaded with CFMGR. Virtual 400kb diskettes (called "volumes") Original 99/4a diskette was only 90kb! Serial Port "COM1"/"RS232" - uses standard DB-9 cables (needs null modem cable to connect to PC). Baud rate up to 115200! Built-in BASIC commands lets you format and mount volumes into the emulated disk drives. Sample OPEN command in BASIC: -
OPEN #1:"RS232.BA=115200.DA=8.PA=N.EC" OPEN #1:"COM1.BA=115200.DA=8.PA=N.EC" New! Compatible version of Fred Kaal's CFHDXS1
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