André's 8-bit pages
1989-2013 André Fachat
On these pages you will find quite some information concerning
8-bit computers of the 6502 line.
As a side note, together with Ed S. I am curating the
mos6502 fan page
on Google+. We're posting weekly about anything 6502-related. If you like it,
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Added the Commodore USB interface
Moved the description of the different modes of operation from the
diffs page to the CRTC operation page.
Added the C64 80 column card and hires mode descriptions
to the CRTC system integration page.
Added a small demo video to my GeckOS Operating System page.
Also added small demo video on the PET816 accelerator card.
- CS/A65 and
Gecko are my selfdesigned and selfbuilt
multi- resp. singleboard 6502 computers.
The CS/A65 features virtual memory, video card, a SCSI interface
and many more stuff
I have now linked my CS/A65 emulator, based on the VICE emulator,
to this page.
- The Advanced 6502 page
is there for projects that go beyond the original 6502 design.
It currently contains the PET816 board
that speeds up a 1 MHz PET up to 10 MHz!
This page will also be the home for the future 65k project.
- Hardware info : Information on various
items and standards used in these pages. Examples are
CRTC and 74ls610 MMU info, and information about
the SCSI and I2C standards.
- Hardware Tools and Stuff : Miscellaneous hardware stuff.
Currently contains a Logic Probe.
A small 6502 multitasking operating
system that runs on the Commodore C64 and PET computers, as well as my
- LIB6502 is an attempt in defining a C-like standard library for 6502 assemblers. It is used in GeckOS/A65.
- o65 fileformat is a flexible relocatable 6502/65816 fileformat.
- Software I wrote with relation
to the 6502. Features cross assembler, C64 basic extension, etc.
All Copyrights are acknowledged.
The information here is provided under the terms of the
GNU Public License version 2 unless noted otherwise.