Apple 1 POM 1 Emulator Raspberry pi

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Apple 1 POM 1 Emulator Raspberry pi

This is an Apple 1 Raspberry pi Operating System running POM 1 emulator at Bootup in fullscreen i have built for all Raspberry version best suited for 1 A+ Rpi ditributed under ReactiveMicro Wiki, if you want more info click here:

 

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more info please!

Hi

 

thanks for sharing this. Could you please share more details - what is the underlying emulator, and are there any commands/ key combinations or access to settings? Ditto how to exit, and exit to shell and the default user/pass please.

 

I have it running but would like to explore it a little more.

 

thanks in advance!

 

 

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Yes...

The emulator is POM1 you can use CTRL - Q to quit to shell and CTRL-L to load program or CTRL-S to save, CTRL-R reset the computer prompt.

user pass is the same id:pi pass:raspberry.

 

If you want to mantaine a good os shutdown it with sudo shutdown -h now by shell after putting CTRL-Q from emulator.

 

 

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Beta

Remember these are pure beta Operating System i dont guarantee they are fully working until someone able to load games or programs from POM 1 can test them.

I was able to save a program from woz monitor and i have checked it save in /root folder but i'm still not able to load it. So any help is welcome.

Thank you for downloading

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thanks!

thanks for reply!

 

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SOLVED LOADING ISSUE

I have solved in these days the loading issue, there where no instructions on the web about pom1 emulator, i used my mind and some lucky you can find more info in the ReactiveMicro homepage of Raspberry pi POM1 on how to load a program .txt.

 

Thank you for reading

 

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Very cool idea!

Hello, I think this is a very good idea. So far I have written it on an SD card and put it into a Raspberry Pi B+, everything works fine.

One thing is still bothering me though, I haven't tried it yet but it would be absolutely awesome.Is it possible to connect a cassette tape via 3,5mm AUX to the Raspberry Pi and read and write data with it?

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Thank you

Hello Muffinmann,

Thank you to like my creation, i dont think it's possible to read programs other then from a file in pom 1 emulator.

Let me know more if you  try this experiment : ). There is a function that control cpu interrupt IRQ/BRK with the right command, it can be you can drive by there with the right command, that i dont know. It works with ctrl-V in pom 1 screen.

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Thank you!

Cool emulator, thanks for sharing! As far as I know, Apple 1 was one of the sparks that sparked the personal computer revolution. Wozniak, an HP employee, made a computer and shared it at a Home Computer Club meeting in 1976. Jobs convinced Wozniak that they could make some money selling kits. About 200 of them were made, but, as you know, only 70 remained. I gathered this information from educational videos on YouTube in which the authors review the history of Apple. I saw quite a few of these videos there and noticed that in most cases they had almost 32 thousand views! I am sure that in order to achieve such indicators, the authors of such videos resorted to using the services of  https://soclikes.com/ to quickly increase the number of views.

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