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 "'Faith' means not *wanting* to know what is true."
                                  Friedrich Nietzsche, Aphorism 8


                        THE JAGUAR SERVER
                          from the Net

 I hear you people screaming,  "I thought you never did Net stuff
in 
ST NEWS," but this is a thing that i think everybody ought  to
know  of.  It  was sent across various groups of people  by  Lord
HackBear, and here it is...
 The text is dated June 6th 1995.


* Use the Jaguar Server to develop Jaguar programs !

* The Jaguar Server runs on all Atari ST/STE/Falcon/TT computers.

* The hardware plugs into your computers cartridge port. From the
  cartridge hardware goes a 40 pin ribbon cable into the Jaguar.

* You can change betweeen 'modified' and 'orginal' Jaguar by  the
  flick of a switch. A reset button is also installed.

* Uses a slightly modified standard Jaguar.  Soldering experience
  is needed to successfully complete the modification.

* No  programing restrictions apart from a 2Mb main memory  limit
  in the Jaguar.  Future software updates will be able to  upload
  data at the command of a running Jaguar program.

* You  use the Jaguar Server software to upload programs/data  to
  the Jaguar.

* Software  updates  to  JagOS  (Jaguar  Operating  System)   are
  possible without burning a new EPROM chip.

* Upload  transfer rate is currently 65 Kb per second on a 8  Mhz
  Atari and 108 Kb per second running at 16 Mhz.

* Use the Devpac 3 assembler or any other code generator to write
  programs.

* A remote debugger is under development.

* The Jaguar Server development kit contains this...

         + Jaguar Server cartridge (hardware)
         + Jaguar Server shell (software)
         + Switches, ribbon cable, connectors and everything else
           that is needed to modifie your Jaguar.
         + A few Jaguar (*.JAG) programs and example source code.

* IT DOES NOT CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING...

         - No 68000 or Atari RISC assemblers.
         - No Jaguar technical documentation.

* 'Hacker' experience and good knowledge of assembler programming
is STRONGLY recommended because of lacking Jaguar technical
documentation.

* Introduction price is :
             1200 Skr for the complete Jaguar Server developer
                  kit and all parts needed. Soldering needed!
              500 Skr for the Jaguar modification if you can't do
                  it yourself. You send your Jaguar to us...
  (you'll get about 7.3 Skr for 1 US$)

* Questions? URL: http://www.pt.hk-r.se/~di94rkr/di94rkr.html. 

Disclaimer
The text of the articles is identical to the originals like they appeared in old ST NEWS issues. Please take into consideration that the author(s) was (were) a lot younger and less responsible back then. So bad jokes, bad English, youthful arrogance, insults, bravura, over-crediting and tastelessness should be taken with at least a grain of salt. Any contact and/or payment information, as well as deadlines/release dates of any kind should be regarded as outdated. Due to the fact that these pages are not actually contained in an Atari executable here, references to scroll texts, featured demo screens and hidden articles may also be irrelevant.