Open source firmware for Gotek floppy emulator released

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Open source firmware for Gotek floppy emulator released

Postby grobda » Tue Sep 12, 2017 6:53 pm

don't think this has been mentioned here, just tried it and works a treat;

https://github.com/keirf/FlashFloppy

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Re: Open source firmware for Gotek floppy emulator released

Postby BradBrad » Sun Sep 17, 2017 11:35 am

Hi, Do you have that working on an Archimedes by any chance? Do you know if is it the same/better/worse than the hxc2001 firmware? Sorry for all the questions but I have 3 Goteks in total. One is flashed to hxc2001 (cost £10 online for the firmware) and is working well in an Atari 1024STF. The other two are still stock atm and will hopefully go in my Amstrad CPC6128 and Archimedes A3000 when time permits. At £10 to flash each drive, it would make sense to go open source if functionality is the same. Thanks.

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Re: Open source firmware for Gotek floppy emulator released

Postby grobda » Mon Sep 18, 2017 2:45 pm

Sorry not tried it on an arc yet, just a BBC B and Dragon 32, must have put this in 32-bit hardware section by accident (although with an arm 7 onboard it is technically a 32bit device ;p ).

Is uses the HxC software for creating floppies so I'd guess it will work - If I can muster the will to dig out my A3000 I'll give it a try.


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