It's actually my first project in C, so my code is messy and I'm sure it has a ton of bugs, but it somewhat works!
It requires only Ncurses and OpenSSL libraries.
Feel free to check it out, and tell me what you think and what i need to fix/change/add :)
A quick morning #vintagecomputer photo. This is my Tandy TRS-80 Model 100 Portable Computer, or "M100" as we call them. Even though I grew up with Atari, Tandy has turned out to be the largest single make in my vintage computer collection - mostly thanks to these portables.
This is an 8085-powered laptop with 32kB of RAM and a 40-character by 8-line LCD display, capable of graphics and text. It runs for around 20 hours on 4 AA-sized batteries and runs software from "Option ROM" chips installed behind a trap-door in the bottom.
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I am at a hamfest in Deerfield, NH, USA. They have some intreseting retro computers such as these:
More pics of misc stuff: http://adamd.sdf.org/hamfest/
Welcome @bren. I also do things with computers and sometimes succeed. Today was not one of those days. :)
Hello all! Name is Neil and based in north east England. Work in software development (mostly infrastructure at the moment). Returned to radio about 4y ago after a 20y hiatus (was first licenced when I was about 10yo). Spend most of my time on HF and digital but getting more into SSB. Running a #flexradio 6400 and a Maestro into an end fed wire or Stealth Loop. Also have an interest in #fusion, #dstar and #dmr. Ride a #triumph #sprintst and have an #Icom705 for portable work. 73! #introductions
Found a couple of golf balls on our beach walk today. I thought of tob from the Dubious Goals Committee on #anonradio.
Privacy minded Linux enthusiast. Ham radio operator. IT / Industrial Automation.
"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