Wait? You say uCsimm is not open? I guess I'm outa here... i was just
about to ask the same thing cause I was thinking of adding a chip to the
design to make it do some slightly more usefull things... Fuck that...
On Fri, 21 Apr 2000, Micah Dowty wrote:
> The ucsimm hardware design is proprietary, but there are a few other
> 68EZ328 based designs that are not.
> Try www.openhardware.net
> Micah Dowty
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> On Thu, 20 Apr 2000, Edward Benavides wrote:
> > I am looking for the schematic of ucsimm because I am designing a
> > project that requires me to
> > hook up memory to the dragonballez and I want some information on how to
> > hook up the
> > data lines.
> > Anything on the ucsimm architecture would be great.
> > Thanks
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