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Aug
29

How To Build a Chat Program for CommodoreServer Using V-1541 and CSIP

The best way to show how to use the client SDK and some of the CSIP commands is by doing a project. This tutorial will show you how to make a very simple chat program. Read more...

Oct
18

Miaou, said the chat

If you don't have a C64 handy, or you are simply in a Windows frame of mind (pun intended), you can now fire up Miaou and yack on!



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Jan
15

Access the Internet Using V-1541 in VICE

Did you know that you can use V-1541 and CommodoreServer right from VICE? If you do not wish to invest in an Internet Modem at this time, you can still enjoy the benefits of CommodoreServer right from your VICE emulator. Here's how. Read more...

Jul
16

Success! Convert a D64 to a Floppy

My first attempt to copy a D64 disk image from CommodoreServer.com to a floppy was a success! Read more...

Jul
12

Simple BASIC Program to use CSIP

I wrote this quick little program that allows you to experiment with the Comet64 Internet Modem using standard RS-232 operations. Read more...

Jul
8

The CommodoreServer Internet Protocol (CSIP) Programmer's API

The CommodoreServer Internet Protocol, or CSIP, is a text-based, human-readable protocol for exchanging data and issuing commands on CommodoreServer.com.

This article describes what the protocol is and how to use it. It also documents all of the commands that are currently available and lists possibilities for the future. Read more...