The blue "Visit Our BBS" graphic is the link to the old MMURTL BBS.
It is no longer active, but some of the old comments are still useful.
As you may know, the source code to MMURTL itself if in the public domain. I did this to allow you to do anything you desire with it. Even build the "Son of MMURTL" - or daughter of MMURTL - that's OK, too. The rights to the book are mine and no longer belong to the original (or any) publisher. You are welcome to a free copy (on me) and you may also post whole copies where you like (when needed) and give them away. Please don't post sections of the book with providing a reference back to the book itself (here) mainly because I hate finding things where the source is not identified or available. That is all I ask of you (and it isn't much). Use it all in good heath and most of all, enjoy yourself. And don't forget to spend time with your family! It is important that you do.(or at least communicate if away from them).
CLICK HERE to download the PDF version of MMURTL V1.0 (MMURTLV1.pdf - 2.7MB)
CLICK HERE to get the zipped up PDF - same as the link above, only zipped up (under 2 Megs for those on dial-up).
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE ENTIRE SOURCE PACKAGE (mmsource.zip - 987KB)
CLICK HERE to download new memory code (3 files zipped up) that up the memory checking to 4GB (4GBPatch.zip - 26KB)
CLICK HERE to get the Floating Point library by A.J. Monroe
CLICK HERE to get some untested bug fixes sent in by AJ Monroe (AJMFixes1.zip) - Thanks AJ!
The Floating Point package was written and submitted by "ajm" (A. J. Monroe) - and it is some Excellent clean code, too! Nice job, AJ! Thanks.
The fix to the EIDE driver is now in the main source ZIP file. It is still limited to small drives or a 1 GB partition as the very first one on a larger drive (under 32 gigs). Someone told me they were trying to add a FAT32 file system, but no word yet. We shall see. I started one about 4 years ago, but have not gotten back to it yet. This "making a living" thing keeps getting in my way...
Questions? Try looking through the BBS, but as a last resort, you can email me. Keep in mind that I am fairly busy working for a living (authors do NOT make any money... trust me on that one). So if you have a question, try to do your "homework" first. Thanks again and enjoy it!
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