Turbo-R GT + MegaFlashRom SCC+ SD + DenyoNet = crash at boot?

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By anonymous

incognito ergo sum (109)

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28-01-2014, 20:38

From here. For file transfers you can user several utilities:

  • HGET.COM. For downloading through HTTP. If you are familiar with WGET, the concept is the same.
  • FTP. Standard FTP client, works fairly well.
  • TFTP. Simplest and fastest for our MSX, but requires a TFTP server. This one is my favorite for casual file transfers in my LAN, but there is no reason for using the other two.

By karloch

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28-01-2014, 20:41

I forgot, you have also:

  • OBSOSMB. This one is quite powerful, but I didn't have the chance to try it. It will integrate your MSX into your Windows-based file sharing protocol network. Quite powerful as you can see shared folders published from your MSX. Amazing job konamiman!
  • OBSOFTP. Same as FTP, but this time MSX is the server Smile

By o.geerdink

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28-01-2014, 20:44

If anyone has a spare denyonet let me know, big reward! Evil

By Latok

msx guru (3686)

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28-01-2014, 20:49

Thx karloch, i cant access the konamiman.com domain though :/

By karloch

Prophet (2066)

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28-01-2014, 20:50

It works from Spain Smile

By Latok

msx guru (3686)

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28-01-2014, 20:51

Can you email me the package?

By mars2000you

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28-01-2014, 21:00

By Latok

msx guru (3686)

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28-01-2014, 21:04

Works, thx mars2000you Smile

By konamiman

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28-01-2014, 22:31

Well, I don't know how I am going to solve this without a GT in my hands... oO

The main difference between the Ethernet and the TCP/IP bioses is that the former does not patch the timer interrupt hook. But by comparing how a ST and a GT handle the timer interrupt in blueMSX, I see identical code in both cases.

Anyway, could please anyone having GT + Denyonet try the following with the TCP/IP BIOS:

1. Boot pressing ESC to disable DenyoNet
2. In the BASIC prompt execute: CALL DENYOINIT

By anonymous

incognito ergo sum (109)

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28-01-2014, 22:56

I tried it, konamiman, and after enabling denyonet in basic with 'call denyoinit' it works without problems! Smile

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