Matt Westcott wrote:
> The downside is that it only really works with a crusty old PC, because it
> needs a 25-pin serial port, and the software for it runs under DOS from a
> supplied boot floppy or CD (which is not *in itself* a barrier to running it
> on a new computer, but good luck getting your ROM image copied off a USB
> dongle or SD card while it's booted into DOS).
We have some crusty old PC, but I'm not sure it's _that_ crusty.
Well I could loan my 386 I suppose.
But these days, even a Pi Zero should be able to emulate a crusty old
PC fast enough to jiggle a fake serial port strapped on the back of
the attached fake Arduino ;)