[Coco] Fwd: IP packets on my coco
dave at davebiz.com
Wed Jun 8 15:16:18 EDT 2016
I think I would agree with Brett on this. Another point: When you
think about how most people will be using their CoCo 3 or CoCo3FPGA when
connecting to the internet, most people these days use WiFi especially
with portable or small form factor devices. Part of the concept is to
get our computers 'untethered' from either a host computer running
Drivewire or from a physical ethernet cable connecting them to the
internet. So I lean toward making it work without cables.
On 6/8/2016 2:06 PM, Brett Gordon wrote:
> Yup... I think redoing the firmware on the esp8266 is the better approach.
> This would in-turn help the fpga folks out too. OS9 doesnt do proper
> networking, though I think it would end up being similar to Fuzix. where
> to draw the line for the interface is the tricky part. ;) We still have
> plenty of work on the other side of the IP stack...and it looks like i have
> a reasonable interface (for now) with my modded lwwire server.
> Brett M Gordon
> On Jun 8, 2016 1:56 PM, "RETRO Innovations" <go4retro at go4retro.com> wrote:
>> Or, do you want me to pursue the esp8266, and someone wants to help rewire
>> the firmware to better support an OS like OS/9?
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