[sebhc] ROM images, sebhc ftp

Dwight K. Elvey dwight.elvey at amd.com
Fri Apr 16 12:43:43 CDT 2004

>From: "Jack Rubin" <jack.rubin at ameritech.net>
>I can dump the ROMs from my H8 as a text file using DBUG - not pretty,
>but I expect you're kind of used to that! My system is a "classic" so I
>can provide PAM8 and H17; Eric Rothfus has a Z80 running so he should be
>able to come up with PAM37, but I don't know about PAM8GO.

Hi Jack
 Many of us can read our EPROM's directly through programmers.
I'll read a bunch of stuff this weekend and get them in Intel
hex format ( easy to read by both humans and programmers ).

>What format is best, given the DBUG options - octal, byte, word, etc.? I
>did take a peak at the H17 ROM last night and saw the JGL HEATH tag at
>the end - with all that extra space, he could have squeezed in another
>I was really hoping to come up with clean files that could be used to
>reburn functional ROMs, which is why I was after chip types - I don't
>want to destroy my working set with the wrong voltage or pin settings. I
>wouldn't mind a copy of PAM8GO myself - it would preserve my keytops!
>Sounds like this is what Carroll will be able to provide.
>I also have the source listings for several of these ROMs, but I'm
>assuming you want the actual dumps rather than the listings.

 We should get the listings posted on line as well. Of course,
it'd be great to get them in text format but images are good
as well.

 What is PAM8GO?

>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: sebhc at staunch89er.com [mailto:sebhc at staunch89er.com] On 
>> Behalf Of Steven Parker
>> Sent: Friday, April 16, 2004 12:05 AM
>> To: sebhc at staunch89er.com
>> Subject: [sebhc] RE: SEBHC ftp site coming soon
>> Jack says:
>> >The SEBHC ftp site will be available shortly (by this weekend if not 
>> >sooner).
>> Neat.  What's the actual URL for this site?  Will we be able 
>> to contribute 
>> by uploading directly to it?
>> I'm still hoping for some ROM images or dumps.  Does anyone 
>> have them, or 
>> have a machine set up they could get them from?  Specifically, PAM-8, 
>> PAM8GO, PAM-37 and H-17 (the boot ROM on the interface board).
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