I bought this awesome homebrew Z80 single-board computer:
It was mostly an impulse buy but there are other motivations I explained here:
I made chromeOS detect the Z80-MBC2 Z80 computer connected via USB by... re-plugging the board. In the screenshot, see the Z80-MBC2 booting up CP/M 3.0 in a Minicom session under Crostini Linux. More details here:
Time to play with this awesome little gadget. The "Z80 inside" logo alone is worth the product.
@goosey The board also provides CP/M 2.2, Q/PM, UCSD P-System, Collapse OS, BASIC, and a few more system options.
very nice indeed!
I've actually been running qpm instead of vanilla cpm2.2 for several years now and have had exactly 1 compatibility issue. (source for a dbaseii add-on checked CPMVER for exactly 22 and qpm reports 27. nuked the check as it was silly anyway)
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