How do I see the debug info from the FujiNet device? You need a terminal program, like PuTTY and set the appropriate COM port to 921600. If you’re using PuTTY on windows, you need to set “Implicit CR in every LF” under Terminal.
What do the lights/buttons do? See the quick-start guide here Why does FujiNet on the 400/800 require USB power? It’s not a power issue. The 400/800 computers actually boot faster than the XL or later version of the computer. The newer Atari’s scan to see if the user is holding the option key to disable […]
Parsing and using JSON is one of the fundamental components of the Modern Web. Now your Atari can do it with the help of FujiNet and the N: (network) device! Of course there is a excellent video which will break this down for you in a few moments: The N: is new, and as such […]
Disk swapping using FujiNet is done via the Disk Swap Button. This is a critical and necessary function that almost all ‘virtual disk’ emulators have- since you can virtually mount many disks on these devices, but you still may have only one virtual floppy drive. The swapping function rotates this virtual disks from their virtual […]
Using FN (FujiNet) will change the way you think about your Atari and disks. It allows a easy gateway to manage local and remote disks and use them with your Atari. One imporant aspect of disk management is creating new disks. FN Config now has an easy way to do this.
FujiNet is evolving fast. If you are wondering about the evolution of the hardware and what changed over the course of the project there is a page just for this: https://github.com/FujiNetWIFI/fujinet-platformio/wiki/Prototype-Board-Revisions
With FN (FujiNet) you can now let your Atari speak. The Software Automatic Mouth (SAM) is implemented in FN as the P: device. Note: requires a XL/XE system. OPEN #1,8,0,”P4:” PRINT #1;”HELLO FROM SAM” There is video showing the details of this implementation: There is a lot more programming info and how to use phonemes […]