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dgs:

The Iyonix Panther doesn't have provision for podules, does it?

It is interesting that Castle appear to be shying away from the idea of legacy podules in their 'new' models; podule support was never supplied as 'standard' anyway (the requisite backplane costs another 49 quid).

The Aemulor website offers an interesting take on the subject: "The Iyonix's podule bus is really only intended for ease of prototyping new boards and may never fully support all of the old podules."

 is a RISC OS UserStewy on 14/6/04 1:39PM
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