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+ - Build a Zilog Z180 CP/M computer-> 1

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LaughingRadish
LaughingRadish writes: "The P112 board was last available new in 1996 by Dave Brooks. In late 2004 on the Usenet Newsgroup comp.os.cpm, talk about making another run of P112 boards was discussed. I decided to step forward. With Dave Brooks blessing and the assistance of others, new boards were fabricated. Those boards too are gone. Still people want P112 kits. I therefore started a Kickstarter project to supply people with kits. These machines nominally run ZSDOS, a GPLed and enhanced CP/M look-alike. Straight CP/M 2.2 is also available as is a flavor of Unix called UZI-180. If you want an easy-to-get-into piece of classic-computing, this is it. You also build it yourself."
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Build a Zilog Z180 CP/M computer

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  • How the heck you can find those Zilog chips?

    I still have an official copy of CP/M, in original box and manual ... but I do not know if the diskettes are still usable or not ....

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