Category: Linux

Geeking Out with Linux and Other Updates

It has been a while since I have written anything for this site. I haven’t stopped working on the Atari, The Ben Eater 6502 project, or anything else. I have just been busy with lots of it and haven’t found anything compelling to write.

Atari Roots
On the Atari front, I have worked my way through the book: Atari Roots. This book was an excellent primer into the Atari system’s assembly language and understanding a bit about how it differs from typical 6502 programming. The book gives a pretty good overview of beginning assembly programming and Atari Memory mapping – but it will take more books and more study to master this topic (or even come close).

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