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Iyonix TRM Available

By Peter Naulls. Published: 9th Jul 2003, 12:36:08 | Permalink | Printable

Castle PR engine at full throttle

As we mentioned previously, Castle have been working hard on a TRM, or Technical Reference Manual for their Iyonix; the availability of which we were notified about today.

The release tells us "The Technical Reference Manual is the definitive hardware reference guide to the motherboard used in the IYONIX pc and provides full technical details". It's basically everything you need to know if you want to do any kind of low-level programming accessing the hardware of the machine. Just the sort of document that would have been useful when developing the Linux port for the machine.

The Iyonix TRM follows in the footsteps of the TRMs of the RiscPC and other Acorn machines, which we host on drobe, which where invaluable for many developers creating hardware and software for the RiscPC.

The TRM is accompanied with a CD containing copies of artwork, datasheets and other information, and the TRM itself is presented in a ring binger including A2 and A3 schematics.

And the price? Castle tell us "This Technical Reference Manual (product code TEC10) is priced at 99 (delivery is 6). This remains the same, inflation-busting price as the original Risc PC manual that was released nearly 10 years ago!"

Hopefully we'll get our grubby mitts on a copy in the near future to bring you a full review.


Castle Technology Ltd
Castle's Press Release
Drobe hosted TRMs

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will it get scanned and put on drobe with the other TRMs ? ;)

 is a RISC OS Userflibble on 9/7/03 12:38PM
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Errrrrr, no.

 is a RISC OS Userpiemmm on 9/7/03 12:40PM
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Castle will burn your eyes if you do that.

-- Peter, drobe.co.uk

 is a RISC OS Usermrchocky on 9/7/03 12:42PM
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Sounds like a bargain. Great to see CTL continuing to push the boat out to promote and support development on their system. -- Spriteman.

 is a RISC OS UserSpriteman on 9/7/03 12:43PM
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It's all good. Castle seem to speeding ahead in all things at the momment. They're on a roll. Moral in the Castle camp must be high! :D

 is a RISC OS UserSnig on 9/7/03 12:48PM
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What moral is that?

 is a RISC OS UserA.W. on 9/7/03 12:59PM
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The moral of good PR.

-- Peter, drobe.co.uk

 is a RISC OS Usermrchocky on 9/7/03 1:05PM
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Oh dear. Ah well, it's all good. At least it'll give lots of people the sense of satisfaction in correcting me. My little gift to humanity.

 is a RISC OS UserSnig on 9/7/03 1:05PM
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This'll probably be my version of a porn mag.

And just like a porn mag, I won't understand what any of it means.

 is a RISC OS Usermoss on 9/7/03 5:26PM
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You sad sad man moss :( -- Smiler - :D Alex Melhuish

 is a RISC OS UserSmiler on 9/7/03 6:08PM
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That is extremely sad!!!

 is a RISC OS UserTimothy609 on 9/7/03 8:50PM
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(If you'll excuse the pun...) I can see where he's coming from -- Gavin Smith

 is a RISC OS UserSparkY on 9/7/03 8:58PM
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Please get those cross-connected wires in your heads checked out ...

 is a RISC OS Userjerryf on 9/7/03 10:05PM
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Reading this article again, did you get a copy Peter? Any chance of review?

 is a RISC OS UserSparkY on 5/12/03 8:21PM
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