Kelvin Sherlock has released Marlene, a color VT100 telnet utility for the Apple IIgs. Marlene requires Marinetti and a GNO/ME or ORCA compatible shell. Visit Kelvin’s web site for more information or to download the program.
RC Systems has updated their web site. They show the DoubleTalk card for the Apple II, but no longer seem to be selling the Slot Buster or the TimePro/Plus clock card.
Does the Apple II have the distinction of hosting the first virus to have successfully spread in the wild? Journey back to 1981 and read the story.
Kelvin Sherlock has released ifconfig, a command-line utility to connect and disconnect Marinetti to your network, as well as to return the status of the connection. Visit http://www.syndicomm.com/~kws/iigs/ for details or to download. Source code in C is available.
Syndicomm deployed an improved online store this morning. In addition to hopefully correcting some bugs, the store now offers shipping via FedEx. Syndicomm sells a vast array of Apple II products, and is the parent company of A2Central.com.
The KEGS-OSX version of the KEGS Apple IIgs emulator has been updated to version 1.9. While this version is still based on the somewhat obsolete 0.65 version of KEGS, it’s more reliable on Mac OS X 10.3 now. Click here to download the latest version.
Kaffe, a Java-like virtual machine, has a new port for the Apple II family (requires a 65C02). Visit the project Kaffe home page or read the announcement of the new portBe sure to look at the posting date on this one.