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* Retired Principal Scientist
 
* Retired Principal Scientist
 
* Hobbies: Electronics, Computers, Photography (Film & Digital), Railway Modelling (N Gauge) and Family History Research
 
* Hobbies: Electronics, Computers, Photography (Film & Digital), Railway Modelling (N Gauge) and Family History Research
* Web pages: [http://www.cpmspectre.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/ CPM-Spectre: Trevor Gowen's Home Page]. These now include a link to exported pages from a [http://moinmo.in/ MoinMoin] wiki that runs on my first<sup>&dagger;</sup> Raspberry Pi, and which contains notes w.r.t. various "projects" or hardware I'm trying out - mainly various USB devices/adapters that I'd aquired some time ago. (Last import 07.11.2012, including  "work in progress" and a brief look at [[RPi_Distributions#RISC_OS| RISC OS Pi]]<sup>&Dagger;</sup>).
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* Web pages: [http://www.cpmspectrepi.webspace.virginmedia.com/index.htm CPM-Spectre-Pi: Trevor Gowen's Home Page]<sup>&sect;</sup>. These now include a link to exported pages from a [http://moinmo.in/ MoinMoin] wiki that runs on my first<sup>&dagger;</sup> Raspberry Pi, and which contains notes w.r.t. various "projects" or hardware I'm trying out - mainly various USB devices/adapters that I'd aquired some time ago. (Last import 30.03.2013, Now trying out expansion/proto-typing boards and a "Model A" version).
  
<sup>&dagger;</sup>I now have a second, recent "Model B" with 512Mb of RAM
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<sup>&sect;</sup>Relocated to my ISP's newer server to gain webspace!
  
<sup>&Dagger;</sup>Which allowed me to resurrect the BBC Basic/NC200 version of my [http://www.cpmspectre.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/raspberry_pi/MoinMoinExport/RiscOS.html | "Aid to Electronic Circuit Design Program Package"]. (IIRC the first version ran via teletype on a mainframe at Q.M.C. in the mid-1970's)
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<sup>&dagger;</sup>I now have a second, "Model B" Pi, with 512Mb of RAM (Which was replaced by Farnell after it suffered [http://www.cpmspectrepi.webspace.virginmedia.com/raspberry_pi/MoinMoinExport/SDcardSocketFailure.html SD card socket failure] - eventually repaired with black [https://slatersplastikard.com/ "plastikard"]) and a new "Model A" Pi
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<sup>&Dagger;</sup>Which allowed me to resurrect the BBC Basic/NC200 version of my [http://www.cpmspectrepi.webspace.virginmedia.com/raspberry_pi/MoinMoinExport/RiscOS.html "Aid to Electronic Circuit Design Program Package"]. (IIRC the first version ran via teletype on a mainframe at Q.M.C. in the mid-1970's)

Revision as of 22:38, 30 March 2013

F. Trevor Gowen, MInstP

  • Retired Principal Scientist
  • Hobbies: Electronics, Computers, Photography (Film & Digital), Railway Modelling (N Gauge) and Family History Research
  • Web pages: CPM-Spectre-Pi: Trevor Gowen's Home Page§. These now include a link to exported pages from a MoinMoin wiki that runs on my first Raspberry Pi, and which contains notes w.r.t. various "projects" or hardware I'm trying out - mainly various USB devices/adapters that I'd aquired some time ago. (Last import 30.03.2013, Now trying out expansion/proto-typing boards and a "Model A" version).

§Relocated to my ISP's newer server to gain webspace!

I now have a second, "Model B" Pi, with 512Mb of RAM (Which was replaced by Farnell after it suffered SD card socket failure - eventually repaired with black "plastikard") and a new "Model A" Pi

Which allowed me to resurrect the BBC Basic/NC200 version of my "Aid to Electronic Circuit Design Program Package". (IIRC the first version ran via teletype on a mainframe at Q.M.C. in the mid-1970's)