...I'll list the rest of the CP/M that were gathered in this haul.
Here is the list --
Commodore 128 Tricks and Tips -- Abacus Software FOG special C128 Collection Disk FOG-CAT.C01 - listing FOG-CPM.001--FOG-CPM.100 FOG-CAT.C02 - listing FOG-CPM.101--FOG-CPM.200 Library Disk FOG/CPM #122 Library Disk FOG/CPM #123 Library Disk FOG/CPM #158 Primer Disk #1 -- Elliam Associates Z80 Toolbook Disk, disk 1 of 3 -- M&T Publishing, Inc. Z80 Toolbook Disk, disk 2 of 3 -- M&T Publishing, Inc. Z80 Toolbook Disk, disk 3 of 3 -- M&T Publishing, Inc. CP/M for the Commodore 128, disk 1 -- Innovative Computer Accessories CP/M for the Commodore 128, disk 3 -- Innovative Computer Accessories Wordstar/Mailmerge -- MicroPro Int. Supercalc -- Sorcim Corp CBASIC/MBASIC -- Digital Research, Microsoft
If you are talking about the "turtle graphics" education tool for the C64, then I would be interested in making a C128 port!
Whoa! Excellent idea! After hearing Leigh Klotz, Jr. talk about the how the C128 port of Logo was discontinued, I was saddened. (My guess... the company, Terrapin, saw no profit in porting it to the C128.) However, if you can do it, that would be amazing!
Do you want me to give you Leigh's contact information?
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I do have an extension cable, but to start with, it's Male to Male and I had to use a gender changer on one end to get the female end to plug the current keyboard into. When I hooked it up, I noticed that the keys were mapping wrong. Must be pins that I'll need to switch when I get my Male-Female cable here (already ordered).
I'm actually trying to make a short extension to my 128DCR's keyboard so I can put it on the keyboard tray of the desk it's now sitting on with my Panasonic P2123 Printer. Could someone tell me what pins I'd need to change if I keep the female end of a DB25 parallel extension cable as is, and put on a new male end? What pinout needs to be changed so that the 128 will see the right keypresses?