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Make your own Katy

Monday, September 7th, 2015

Steve Chamberlin wrote a how-to on building your own 68 Katy. We wrote about it previously: Assembling the PCB requires soldering one surface mount component, the 44 pin CPLD in TQFP package. It can be soldered with a standard iron using the drag soldering method (my preference), with hot air,...

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68 Katy – 68000 Linux on a solderless breadboard

Friday, November 21st, 2014

Steve Chamberlin of Big Mess o' Wires has written up documentation on his awesome 68 Katy project,  a 68000 Linux on a solderless breadboard: Here’s a look at the final version of the hardware. It took about a week to assemble and wire up all the parts on a solderless breadboard. The...

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