Commodore C64 Project
This page has links to some other C64 projects
available on the internet. These sites may also have that extra
bit of info you need about a related project. There are far too
many projects out there to list all, but if you want your page linked
in, just send me an email.
Links to other Commodore project
and associated websites:
- Jochen Adler - SJD, a great
enhancement to JiffyDOS
- YTM (new link) - Projects,
hacks, GEOS and related
- Daniele Forsi - 64HDD and V6510
information in Italian (not Google)
Jan Derogee's site - 1541-iii, light guns and other Information
Toby's Group Home Page - 64HDD and Video Streaming information
AlphaWorks - Third-party tools
- IEC-ATA - An AVR Microcontroller
Project for making a IEC compatible hard disk controller. Look
here to see what
I did with the controller.
- Johannes' Site - software designed
to support 64HDD functions
- Ruud's Site - Interesting hardware
and software ideas
- Cartridge Dumping Information
- Modifications and theory about cartridge back-up
- Tumbleweed - CBM documentation,
tips on disk image transfer
- Soci - Hacks, +60K and VCS-256k
- MJK WorkShop - Hacks, Connector
- Andre's Page - CBM/6502 projects
including PETindex, SCSI, TCP/IP and hardware
- Ian's Page - info about CBM,
CMD and other HDD systems for the C64, ROMs and Firmware
- C= Addons Achive - Commodore hardware and add-on guide, drivers too! (hungarian)
- Funet.Fi - CBM project archive
- Alvaro's Page - CBM project
and 64HDD info in Spanish
- Birger's Page - CBM project
and 64HDD info in German
- Womo - Developer of the 1581COPY
- Jeri's Video Expander - This
project started out as a 24bit Hi-Res video expander for the C64
and has turned into a whole new computer, the CommodoreOne...
- Odi - Developer of the LFN
tools supported by 64HDD
- VC1541 - Developer of the old
VC1541 drive emulator program.
- J-Net - For those without a
PC and wanting to use their Amiga as a C64 hard drive. Download here.
- 1541EMU - A recent entry into
the drive emulation scene, needs special cable /interface and
a fast-ish Pentium. Only supports D64 file emulation.
- SIO2PC - A program similar
to 64HDD, but for the Atari 8-bits.
- APE - A program similar to
64HDD, but for the Atari 8-bits. This one looks to be more fully
featured than SIO2PC, with shareware and commercial versions available.
- Commodore 2000 User Survey - Who is still using the CBM?
- Commodore Scene - Commodore English Paper Magazine