Dr. Scott M. Baker wrote an article detailing how he turned a Raspberry Pi into a virtual storage device for ISA bus computers: I’m tired of carrying compact flash cards and/or floppies back and forth to my XT computer. I like to do development at my desk using my modern windows PC. While I can […]
Dr. Scott Baker writes, “In this video, I try out some Qume 8 inch floppy drives that I bought on eBay. I interface them to a WD37C65 controller on my Z80 CP/M computer and I format the disks and read/write some files to them.” More details at Dr. Scott M. Baker’s blog.
Richard Harris has produced a series of video tutorials on how to build a low cost micro CNC machine that uses old floppy drives for the movement. The video above is 10 in the series, if you would like to build you own you will need to start from video 1 which is here. It won’t do […]