The Caslink3 project has been released!

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By Louthrax

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10-02-2018, 21:44

Louthrax wrote:

Manuel, looks like you have lots of "echo" sound processing here Smile)

Made that joke because your message appeared duplicated 6x (but this seems to have been fixed).

By Manuel

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10-02-2018, 23:23

Yes I know... Something with crappy WiFi.

By Alexey

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05-03-2018, 15:34

The v3.1 is out. Corrections included proper headers for 2400 baud files and more accurate maximum upload speed rate - it was reduced to 3000 baud.

By Alexey

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14-06-2019, 17:33

I am happy to announce that Caslink3 project has been ported to Linux. Thanks to Amaury Carvalho!

https://launchpad.net/caslink3

By enribar

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15-06-2019, 22:19

Thankyou for this gem! It works.

By Fabuseta

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06-08-2020, 21:52

Alexey wrote:

I am happy to announce that Caslink3 project has been ported to Linux. Thanks to Amaury Carvalho!

https://launchpad.net/caslink3

I manage to install this, but I don't know how to run it.
In the end of that page it says "To run it at command line: Caslink3"
I did write Casilink3 in Terminal, but that doesn't do anything. Also there is no mention of this program, when I search it from Whisker Menu (Linux Mint 19.3).

By Fabuseta

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06-08-2020, 22:31

Ok. It seems I was on the wrong directory (doh). But the problem (for me) is that it's command prompt program. GUI would be more user-friendly. Yes I know, some people feels otherwise, but for GUI-lamer like me, this is how it is. Wink

I also tried to run the Windows version, but it didn't want to run at all. Nothing happened when I double clicked the exe-file. I tried to run it at win 7 and win 8 compatibility mode, but no. Also running it as admin didn't do it either. And before this I tried to use MSX2CAS to load those files, but in few days of testing (and cursing the world) that didn't work either. Probably my phone (Huawei P9) didn't give enough volume. Heard also that MSX 728 is quite "needy" with good volume.

I guess the world is just trying to tell me politely: "get the GR8NET, you dumbass!"

By CASDuino

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07-08-2020, 00:20

I use windows 10 and I hold shift and right click the Caslink3 window and open PowerShell. I type ./caslink3 -e then 1,2,1,N and you have your WAV file I then use MSXToolsGUI to convert the WAV to a CAS file and my CASDuino to load it.

Is there any specific ROM you are trying to convert?

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