[Fwd: Re: what brands of 683xx BDM modules are in use?]

Bogic Petrovic boggy at elab.tmf.bg.ac.yu
Tue Mar 13 16:03:01 UTC 2001

Chris Johns wrote:

> Bogic Petrovic wrote:
>> giveio.sys for NT, is useful only for some  ISA FM radio cards or similar...
> I have a patch and doco from someone using it with the BDM package and a
> Coldfire. My brief reading of the GiveIO package is it will do the job,
> but I am yet to actually try it and see if it works.

...and NT become unstable... I tested it with my radio card... my NT be 
frozen from time to time...

>> Peter Shoebridge wrote  (http://www.zeecube.com), real (kernel-mode)
>> BDM-GDB driver for NT, based on Linux driver.(source is open...)
>> I had tested gdb 4.18, gdb 5.0, Insight 5.0 (!)  under cygwin, and it
>> has worked... with MC68360.
>> BDM cable  is Public Domain 5 chip design. We have problems with
>> 68360 at 32MHz, but we solve it, with simple hardware modification.
> This version of driver has changes to support Windows, and is not
> current when I last looked.
> It also requires an IO driver from Zeecube which you are required to pay
> for commercial use.

No, this is a generic parallel port driver for sale, BDM works without  
this driver, you need only driver
from tar.gz pakage... http://www.zeecube.com/bdm/nt-bdm-19990908.tar.gz


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