Raj Wurttemberg will be demonstrating the use of the Apple Disk Transfer program to create Apple II system disks for Apple DOS 3.3 and Apple Pro DOS. Raj will be using a PC (Windows or Linux) to act as a disk server for an Apple II or //gs. ADTPro uses a serial connection between the PC and the Apple II to bootstrap the Apple and transfer the ADTPro program from the PC to the Apple computer. The only special equipment needed is a SuperSerial II card in the Apple II computer.
I’m pleased to announce that, in addition of Raj’s main presentation (see above), we will be having two short presentations of kit computers from Alan Hightower and Jim Kempthorne. Alan is bringing an N8VEM Zeta SBC and Jim is bringing a Briel 8800micro. It has been proposed that we do something with a computer kit as a workshop or club project. In any case, it’s fun to find out about these products and talk about them.
The two machines are seen on right.
So c’mon all you game-kiddies and arm chair computer historians! Git yer hands dirty! Let’s build hardware! ‘Nuff o’ this pussy-footin’ around with appliances. Are we not MEN? I love the smell of solder in the morning!
Don’t forget that it’s this Saturday, June 9th, at 2pm here: http://christthelordlutheran.org/directions
(Use the door at the far left of the front of the church.)