Originally Posted by tolkien
I dont understand to have AGA support and no '020 code...
A bit useless. What do you think?
I doubt they have an AGA core, they're just saying the board *could* run AGA core. AFAIK there is no publicly accessible / opensource AGA core. The only one is from Yaqube for the FPGA arcade, and it isn't certain when / if that will be available for others.
Originally Posted by Kitty
chaos am I right in thinking there's a more up to date (2010) (non ARM version) core download on this page http://code.google.com/p/minimig/downloads/list
PGL100818_AltCoreSel.zip - PGL100818 Pic firmware supporting FYQ100818 FPGA core adding support for alternate core loading but without support for turbo keyboard switching - Oct 2010
PGL100818.zip- PGL100818 Pic firmware supporting FYQ100818 FPGA core - Oct 2010
FYQ100818.zip - YQ100818 FPGA core file - Aug 2010
Looks like it
Sorry, I'm not too familiar with the original PIC firmware and I never worked on it. The PIC is also a little too slow to support most of the advanced features of minimig, especially the hard disk support is much slower than with ARM, but it is available.