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Discovered this service recently, a finger-based social network
If you need a finger client and have rustc installed, you can use this: https://git.alexwennerberg.com/misc/tree/main/item/finger.rs
Updated http://dialup.world with info for what I'm doing! I'm sure I'm doing something incorrectly but it all sort of works.
Tonight I ported @email@example.com 's Uxn VM to the MegaGRRL hardware (my ESP32-powered VGM player). Seemed like it would be fun, and it was :)
Here is a little demo...
Had to lower the screen resolution (not enough RAM for full screen framebuffers!), but it has sound, output through the YM2612's DAC register. D-pad emulates a mouse. Also had to do a bodge to the drum-rack example to get it working on the lower resolution.
Don't know how I had so many missing/incorrect words in the last toot, but I think it still makes enough sense.
Previous thread on the project is here, https://mastodon.sdf.org/@Famicoman/106502130156592758
An update to my dial-up ISP project. I got a two node modem pool working a PCI card to add more serial ports. Instead of my Verizon line, I patched these modems into my PBX running asterisk with a Grandstream ATA with 4 internal lines. The PBX takes incoming calls from a new voip.ms number and uses a basic hunt group to connect to caller to the next free line.
Got a dialup modem? Feel free to give a call and let me know what OS you are using, how it goes. Details at http://dialup.world
@Famicoman reminds me of the time I turned a TRS-80 Model 100 into a serial terminal.
I wrote: Using a Cybiko as a Serial Terminal - https://famicoman.com/2021/06/23/2021-06-23-using-a-cybiko-as-a-serial-terminal/
"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