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I bought one a few weeks ago, and have had a chance to play. They are identical (as far as I can tell) to the original MECB board, apart from:
1. No tape interface - I'm working on a PCB to do this.
2. ROM is in a different location and larger.
3. More RAM.
There is a problem with the shipped ROM - the version of Tutor 1.3 installed does not handle TRAP #14 commands. I tracked this down to an assembly error (macro handling) causing the TRAP #14 vector table to have incorrect entries (the entries are supposed to be COMMAND << 24 + jump offset but are COMMAND << 16 + jump offset thus corrupting the address).
I have downloaded the version of Tutor 1.3 for Easy68k and assembled it. So far it works when located in RAM, I am waiting for some 27C512 and an EPROM burner to burn some updated ROMs. I see no reason why these shouldn't work.
Once that's done I'm going to write a TRAP #15 handler compatible (for the most part) with Easy68K. Then it will be a simulator with a purpose
I'm also investigating when I can 'recreate' the hardware window of Easy68k in reality
I'll let you know how I get on.
Discussion of any of these topics is most welcome. I have rediscovered 68k and 'hard' programming, digital logic design and schematic/PCB design and am secretly loving it!
ps - there is no ethernet on this board - two serial ports and a parallel printer interface (with an additional two 8-bit I/O ports) - see MECB doco, facilities are the same (with exception of tape interface as detailed above).