Me, the great
Lots of photos
Art by me
My computers - I have plenty of!
My handmade computers - Z80, 68k & research
Some binaries for webos
Robotron 1715 and around
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This is a place to store frequently used programs, like Netscape 2.0 for Macintosh OS 7.52. Forthcoming.
Mac OS classic (68k)
Netscape 2.0 for Mac
Russificator for MacOS 7 (Classic)
Mac OS X PowerPC
Following section is the section for me when I install MacOSX on PPC - just a sort of bookmarks
Mac OS X 10.3 Panther soft (I'll find and fill, I'm in touch with Panther)
The guy who was interested in the same
- Camino 1.latest ; hm, not latest! !
Local mirror 1.6
2.1 for 10.4
0.10 ok, 11 - not!
10.4/10.5 PowerPC soft
PSI 0.14 is OK (10.5)
Tenfourfox is the best browser for 10.4@PPC. But very hungry for memory
- Camino 2.latest!
- super fast! (at least with 10.5 (
Also, OmniWeb is wonderful browser!
Evernote (at least
this version, 2.2.3 (158341) , works nicely on G4/10.5
Huawei GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/3G modem drivers (dashboard)
for PowerMacs. Taken from E630+ PCMCIA card, but works at least with USB E1552. At least on 10.5.
ZTE 192 GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/3G ZTE dashboard and drivers
for PowerMacs, works at least at 10.5/G4 (is it in .DMG format acctually?)
Some painting program
Z80 tools (or generally CP/M)
Local mirror of ftp://ftp.ct0.com/pub/tpasm.tgz from
(best Z80 assembler I've found)
Aztec C for MSDOS targeted for M68K
( originally from
Z80 CP/M 80 tools
My favourite Z80MR assembler [CP/M 80]
..and linker for it [CP/M 80]
MC68K CP/M 68 tools
JAS assembler from Sozobon C binary for [CP/M 68]
Compaq diagnostic partition installation is .dd format
At least they work with my Prosignia VS 486
4 disk images
HPUX 11i /dev/random patch
Zyxel Prestige 782 ROM-0 default config file
Please read README inside archive
SBC Atmega8 + RCA1802 / CDP1802 CPU launched
Gopher server launched
Fotos from the roof of my house
New artwork: "I am stoling Robotron
1715 PC from MESI
" for my
SUDDEN UPDATE OF NEWSLINE!
68008 computer by me
Redesign of my homepage. Still wondering, what's for?
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