This is a public facing notebook. It MIGHT get organized later, maybe. It is like my virtual junkyard of Commodore 64 related information. For information regarding the reborn version of the Commodore 64 called TheC64 visit this page, also on CubicleNate.com
The Commodore 64 is an 8-bit computer introduced January 1982 and discontinued in April 1994 with approximately 17 million units sold. It was my first computer and still my favorite. I often wish I could do more of my day to work with it and I have projects in the works that will help me to that end.
Okay, who makes a vision statement about a 30 plus year old computer… really. Outside of playing some of my old favorite games on the trusty old C64, there is an actual, semi-useful project that I have planned for it. It started when I saw that there is an Ethernet expansion card for the machine. I had to have one and I dreamed of using the Commodore 64 for something other than the games I enjoy playing. Then I came upon this project called Contiki.
I will have to build it, but afterward, I intend on having pre-built disk images here or linked here for future use.
The features that interest me most are:
- IRC (Internet Relay Chat) – for chatting
- Email – client for writing and checking emails from a email webserver.
- Breadbox64 – C64 twitter client
I am most interested in the IRC client as that is what I would like to do most with the C64. Email… Okay… I guess but Twitter Client would be pretty dang cool too.
Sites of Interest:
The 64 Project Computer and Handheld Console
C64 OS – Make a Commodore 64 feel fast and useful in today’s modern world. This page also has an incredible buyer’s guide that has lead me to so many interesting things.
Commodore 64 Network Connect
TCPSER and Terminal software for the Commodore 64
DIY Userport to RS-232 adapter and software – I am mostly interested in the software for the 80-column mode.
Linux Session on Commodore 64
New / Upgrade parts for Commodore 64 and Amiga
Fix It Resources
Because, why not?