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Old 06 February 2014, 10:39   #4
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Originally Posted by Higgy View Post
Great work. Soooo much is currently being done on Amiga floppy interfaces!

If not done already I will link this into the Raspberry Pi - floppy drive thread.
Your method is probably the easiest (and cheapest) of the current options.
Wow! Very good hack, another option for Amiga people
It seems to me be back in the 90's, so much interest for this platform!

Cheap (but finally not so much cheaper than Raspberry PI drive) and sure easy to be done

I see RPI Drive more like a "floppy manager" than a floppy emulator, something like this

But why so anonymous? H M? H&M?

Keep up the good work and make a stock of Gotek disk drive
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