Retro Computing on Modern Hardware

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Retro Computing on Modern Hardware

Postby manuka on Tue May 07, 2013 3:04 pm

Just wondering if anyone else on here have either heard of or been playing with the Raspberry Pi?

I've had one for a while and am buying a few more, and am planning on getting the kids into robotics with them. Of interest to retro folks is that you can run RiscOS and Plan 9 from Bell Labs currently and it looks like people are working on getting AROS ported over. There are howto's out there to build up a C64 emulator using a Commodore Case, RPi and a USB keyboard mapper. ... ng_systems ... -emulator/ ... pberry-pi/
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