Sorry, in general. It's hit and miss if interactive mode freezes or me. I was just wondering if that was unique to me, or if not if any one had a suggestion. Your tool is my main reason for my UART-ing, so I never noticed it before
It isn't real fun if it works on the first try, right?
I haven't looked through the source, but my guess is that the Retro Ltd guys didn't rip out stuff from Vice, that would bee too risky. More likely they remover/changed some of the lookup strings for .vicerc. I notice it doesn'tcomplain about the 'RsUserEnable' setting. So if you're any good at debugging you could try to see where .vicerc is read and see if you can put the 'RsDevice1' back to being recognised. But that's grasping at straws, really.
Also, would /dev/ttyUSB0 not already be in use by the login prompt?
Ok, bad news for RS232. From the ' the64_configure' file in the source:
Hi. I'm looking at the rs232 option of the vice emulator. the disablers232 means that the vice emulator does not have the rs232 itself? I'm not an commodore expert but i recall that the diskdrive itselt is connected with a serial port in the real c64. maybe it is possible to link emulated drive to the serial port used to login with putty
very unluky. i'm diggin in the vice setup. it seem that the floppy can be redirected to a fisical file. P00 files are mentioned, but i can not understand exactly how they work. anyway, if there is a way to read/write files with the emulated floppy maybe it is possible to redirect the read/write somewhere else. using an virtual file system with FUSE. the final setup should be: - a wifi adapter esp-01 soldered to the consolle pins - a fuse filesystem to provide a read and a write file - a redirect from the fuse filesystem and the wifi adapter - a c64 program to read/write to the Pxx files 3 months of work....