Hi Giorgio,

From the sources

; Network I/O function-vector initialisation  V0.1   2018  Marcel Kilgus
; This is used to split the physical I/O routines, which need to be in ROM
; (because that has different timing from RAM), from the eneric driver/server
; code, which is too big to fit into the new TK2 ROM.


On 30/04/2018 08:08, Giorgio Garabello via Ql-Users wrote:
Good work! Thanks so much.
I'm very curious, what are the improvements to the network?


Il dom 29 apr 2018, 11:41 Wolf via Ql-Users <ql-users@lists.q-v-d.com> ha

Hi all,

SMSQ/E 3.33 is out, get it as usual from

What's new in this version :

Final bugfix for LRESPR in procedures (means everybody should upgrade)
Better QL networking.
Gold card is configured not to use ABC keyboard.
Improvements in standard QL EE.
Q68 & SMSQmulator better SSSS handling.

The sources for the stand-alone TK II are included in the SMSQ/E sources.
Moreover, whilst they aren't really part of SMSQE, the new QL-SD drivers
are built on the basis of the SMSQ/E "dv3" driver acihtecture, so their
sources are also included in the SMSQ/E sources (remember, the compiled
drivers are at wlenerz.com/qlsd).

If you have a Qx0 machine and access to an EPROM burner, this may be of
interest to you : The Qx0 may now have a compressed SMSQ/E so newer
versions thereof fit in the standard EPROMs. There is a certain process
involved in making these EPROMs - but it is clealy described in the
"smsq_q40_boot_doc" or "smsq_q40_boot_txt" files in the SMSQ/E sources.

Finally, Q68 has better handling of some slower SDHC cards. Also, and
that is an officially unofficial and undocumented feature, the Q68 may
also be able to read most older SD (not SDHC) cards. However, make sure
that this actually works with your cards before using them in earnest.
Offficially, the Q68 still only supports SDHC cards.

Have fun!
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