|Re: SAMBA flashing|
Message #9 Posted by Lode on 5 Aug 2011, 4:20 p.m.,
in response to message #7 by Cristian Arezzini
Sounds cool. Virtualbox is quite a fragile program on my PC (for various reasons, such as being the only program which requires special babysitting everytime the kernel upgraded and me being dependent on an older version of it). So it sounds like a pain in the neck to program these HP calculators in Linux :(
Being able to program such devices with such nice keys, and learn some assembly for that kind of CPU, sounds like an interesting hobby project, so I'm pondering. All this windows emulation stuff seems, as I said before, a pain in the neck though, so it seems like it'd be an annoying hobby project.
These cables seem something really mysterious though :/ What do they cost? Gene Wright, are you here? :)
What standard do these cables use? Is it an open standard?
And again, why does only the serial port version, and not the USB variant, of these cables work with HP calculators?
Edited: 5 Aug 2011, 5:11 p.m. after one or more responses were posted