It allows to directly load a P file from a web-server anywhere in the Internet into the Zeddy.
It also allows to view HMTL files. But only as text
The command line interface supports the following commands:
"L URL(,address)" to load a (P or any other) file into the Zeddy (optionally at a given address)
"Z URL" to display a (HTML or any other) page
"ZEDDYFOX" starts the browser, where you can use the cursor keys to select a link and CR to follow it (or to load a P file).
The browser could be found in Tom's forum:
http://forum.tlienhard.com/phpBB3/viewt ... ?f=2&t=714
And that is its help screen:
PS: That is the only browser, that supports Sinclair Basic instead of Java script
The beginning and the hardware:
http://forum.tlienhard.com/phpBB3/viewt ... ?f=2&t=273
An IRC chat client:
http://forum.tlienhard.com/phpBB3/viewt ... ?f=2&t=644
A backup program to a network server:
http://forum.tlienhard.com/phpBB3/viewt ... ?f=7&t=684
Network printer driver:
http://forum.tlienhard.com/phpBB3/viewt ... ?f=2&t=655
http://forum.tlienhard.com/phpBB3/viewt ... ?f=2&t=627
The Zeddy needs ram at address 8-16K to store network system variables and buffers
Most network programs run above 32K (need 8 or 16K ram there) to leave space at 16-32K to load/save a BASIC program there.
So the ZX81 should have at least 32K ram, but 40K are recommended.
Yes, I thought the same, after I had read that the "small" browser LYNX needs about 1MB of ram to run ...Andy Rea wrote: this is surely something i thought would never actually happen.
You be interesting.
It shows how the network card is initialized (using IPCONFIG), how I fetch the latest version of ZeddyFox from my PC (using the network filemanager NFM) and how I download a file (using ZeddyFox) from my web-server.