>outdated ESP8266 SDK version
>no hardware debugging for AVR microcontrollers
@pcy If I could find some time to finish old projects... :(
@pcy who hurt you
@realcaseyrollins I made this comment on hackernews earlier about the Apple release. It got down to -4 at one point.
@pcy shit. So I guess this is why everyone is still writing dpi_timings for their Raspberry Pi's for custom timings? :/
Ugh, I forgot Mastodon doesn't support Markdown formatting...
New PC build
@sir Even if you're not waiting for Zen 3, you should consider a motherboard with B550 chipset - it supports PCI Express 4.0, so you would be able to upgrade to faster NVMe disks when they will be cheaper.
@wolf480pl Not in my home.
@wolf480pl no ._.
I had to buy VGA-BNC cable and ready-to-use SCART-VGA adapter, because my DIY sync stripper wasn't working... or this CRT just needs separate VSync and HSync signals to work properly.
@wolf480pl cards without CPU are not accelerators iirc.
Responding to the second question: it depends on what kind of IO you're using. For example you can use PowerPC accelerator to calculate polygons, while M68k side would just draw them using Amiga chipset.
@wolf480pl if it's not replacing main CPU, instead taking part of calculations (essentially turning original Amiga into a terminal), then practically all commercially-available non-m68k cards were used this way. For the other option I saw a thread where someone was trying to replace m68k processor with ARM running m68k emulator
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko