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The Joy of Cryptography is a free undergraduate textbook that introduces students to the fundamentals of provable security.
I need to do this on my RasPi's.
A collection of manuals, instructions, schematics and information pamphlets related to the Commodore C64 computer at the Internet Archive.
This non-interactive application allows automatic reporting of WSPR spots on WSPRnet. The idea is to allow the use of small computer like RaspberryPi or Beaglebone boards, with a simple daemon. This kind of very lightweight setup could run continuously without maintenance and help to increase the WSPR network. The code is massively based on Steven Franke (K9AN) implementation and Joe Taylor (K1JT) work. This code was originally written for AirSpy receiver.
rpi_rtlsdr_weather_station is Python code, based on https://dash.plotly.com to show weather data from a wireless weather station to a web page, served from a raspberry pi. Wireless data from the weather station is received with a RTL-SDR dongle and decoded by https://github.com/merbanan/rtl_433/.
The code is tested with a Fine Offset Electronics WH1080/WH3080 compatible Weather Station (Alecto WS-4000).
GeoRAM System 2.0 (64er Magazine - December 1992 Issue, Page 36) is a RAM Disk utility & machine code monitor for the Commodore 64. With this utility you can create a 2015 block storage device that can be used from BASIC 2.0.
After the program loads and runs, it will do a warm reboot. After the reboot, issue SYS 56832 to activate the software. The built-in help can be access by typing "HELP" at the > prompt
It is here you'll find all sorts of 3D printed parts for your Atari, Apple, Commodore 64/128, VIC-20, Amiga, Texas Instruments computers and other interesting applications. If you have any questions about the products you see here, or have a need for a part you don't see, please do send us a message. We'll respond to you as soon as we can.
We are also beginning to feature difficult to find Commodore electronics projects. Be sure to watch for new additions.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's HTTPS file system allows comprehensive access to the SEC's EDGAR (Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval system) filings by corporations, funds, and individuals. For full documentation, please see Accessing EDGAR Data.
Turbo Chameleon 64, Flickerfixer, Turbo, REU (and A LOT more) for the Commodore 64
Back in 2008, the idea came up to create a cycle exact floppy disk drive emulation of the Commodore 1541 drive, and embed this emulated drive in a cartridge for the Commodore 64 home computer. Today, the 1541 Ultimate and related products have become indispensable extensions for the Commodore 64 and 128 computers. According to some users, it has completely changed the way they use the old machine as it nearly eliminated the need for real floppy disks. In 2016, the Ultimate-II+ cartridge was released. This is the latest version of the 'Ultimate' cartridge.
(German, automatically translated)
The Neoram module is a replica of the Georam extension with battery backup by Nicolas Welte (X1541). This was created in the summer of 2006 and over time became the first small series. The picture (left) shows the first fully equipped version. The maximum expansion with 2MB SRAM expands the memory of the C64 many times over and gives it completely new possibilities.
In the past, the predecessor Georam, as the name suggests, was specially developed for Geos. Geos users can hardly be found today. But that doesn't make the extension useless.
The programming is identical to the Georam and in principle very simple. A 16kB page is selected via banking, from which a 256-byte window is always displayed.
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