On Tuesday 01 March 2005 05:42, Ronald G. Minnich wrote:
On Mon, 28 Feb 2005, Kevin O'Connor wrote:
> I think a two computer solution might be easier. If one can get
> early serial on the target machine, then a small romcc program
> could read commands from the serial port, execute them, and
> transmit back the results. (I think I even saw an email from
> someone that did this in pure assembler.)
That would be a neat universal solution.
Ite8705 is the multio device on the P4M266. Linuxbios had code for it
(just managed to download cvs from SF was down for three days and
refused to login, - timeouts).
That is a *very* cool idea.
Then, a specially modified emulator could run the
on a second machine, forwarding memory reads/writes and io
reads/writes through the serial port to the target machine.
I like it a lot.
So where to start.