Hi Jan, > I personally use a Linux machine or Raspberry Pi with tcpser and a> > USB-to-serial converter to exchange files to my BBQL. How about using a Q68 as bridge from Linux (SER) to QLNET (BBQL)? This way you could use higher baudrates. And network is much faster on the BBQL than SER.
I just Love playing with QDT to see what it is Like with your Emulator Because Even QPC2 does not have a setting for 240 MB but why does not Q-Word work on your Emulator it works Fine on QPC2 but Like your Emulator and your software Like FiFi 5.03 it is Very Very Very Good and my Best
Hi, Wow, what ever do you use 240 MB for?? And if we didn't use QLiberator so much (or at least me), we could have even more than that... WOlfgang : it runs Very Good SMSQemulator thats What I use I have not Tried LaunchPad Let MEAN DJ LaunchPad I Hope QPC2 will have 240 MB of Ram
On Mon, 2 Mar 2020 at 13:10, Fabrizio Diversi via Ql-Users < email@example.com> wrote: > Yep, it is pretty cool. > > I am already using it to update files on different Ql machines. > It's definitely a solution to transfer files from emulated environments to a BBQL if you can't use
it runs Very Good SMSQemulator thats What I use I have not Tried LaunchPad Let MEAN DJ LaunchPad I Hope QPC2 will have 240 MB of Ram Soon All the Best Simon Foster ___ QL-Users Mailing List
Yep, it is pretty cool. I am already using it to update files on different Ql machines. What I think is under estimated and not fully understood it is the possibility to use Qbox not only with emulator that have tcp/ip built in but also by BBQL, Q6x with Simulant retro WIFI Rs232 adapter.
Jan Bredenbeek via Ql-Users wrote: > On this (Quantum) Leap day, I proudly present the re-release of QBOX. And > not just the version that's been laying around for years in scattered > files, but a complete ready-to-run WIN container that works over TCP/IP on > QPC2, SMSQmulator and UQLX! It also