Oric related links of interest

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Re: Oric related links of interest

Post by Dbug » Sat Apr 04, 2015 9:58 am

Well, if somebody has a backup archive of stratix, I can also mirror it.

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Re: Oric related links of interest

Post by maximus » Sat Apr 04, 2015 7:44 pm

froggy wrote:Hello everyone

It seems oricgames.com is down too
Sad news
Does anyone have some i formation about it ?
I'm the main contributor of this site and so i'm very sad and angry, the webmaster don't reply to my emails since february, hope it's just a passing problem, but i have absolutely no idea of why ??? i normally exchanged mail at Christmas for fixing flood problem in the forum, he did it, but since, no more news, i'm very desappointed, and i have no B/U ...

If i have news, i'll be back

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Re: Oric related links of interest

Post by NekoNoNiaow » Sat Mar 24, 2018 4:55 am

One emulator which I have seen mentioned in the forums but is not mentioned in the list is CLK, or Clock Signal, from TomHarte.

It is multiplatform and available from GitHub at this URL:
https://github.com/TomHarte/CLK/releases

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Re: Oric related links of interest

Post by Dbug » Sat Mar 24, 2018 6:56 am

Good point, added CLK to the list!

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Re: Oric related links of interest

Post by iss » Sat Mar 24, 2018 9:38 am

Let's refresh these too:
Emul8D is moved to: http://iss.sandacite.com/ My Emul8D is already retired in favor of Oricutron. During last years I've collected lot of raw Oric related info (drafts, pictures, schematics), which wait to be published but for now I don't have that free time. For all curious, the word 'sandacite' in the link above means 'old case/box/chest' and is used as slang for old tube radios and TV's and this is the purpose of the main site http://sandacite.com (unfortunately in Bulgarian language only) .

You can add to list Jorodr's site too: http://oric.club/

One more thing, recently I found in my archive an internet snapshot of all Oric sites dated June 2001. Since then many of the sites are disappeared, so maybe this can be interesting too.

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Re: Oric related links of interest

Post by NekoNoNiaow » Wed Mar 28, 2018 3:03 am

Dbug wrote:
Sat Mar 24, 2018 6:56 am
Good point, added CLK to the list!
Thanks!
iss wrote:
Sat Mar 24, 2018 9:38 am
[...]One more thing, recently I found in my archive an internet snapshot of all Oric sites dated June 2001. Since then many of the sites are disappeared, so maybe this can be interesting too.
This looks like it could be a really important archive.

Looking on https://web.archive.org/web/*/oric shows that the Wayback Machine / Archive.org do not have much content around 2001 with the word "Oric" in the site name. It actually looks like they started archiving around 2001 so there may be many sites in your archive that they might not have at all.

I would recommend to contact them so they can add your archive to their system, or at least give it a look to see if they have them already.

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Re: Oric related links of interest

Post by NekoNoNiaow » Fri May 25, 2018 8:05 am

Another update:

the MESS link needs to be transformed int MAME since MESS was incorporated into MAME back in 2015 (Oops!).

Mame is located at http://mamedev.org, I do not know if there is an SSL https version since my browser is super slow and takes millions of years to try to load the https version but if you can try verify it works it is probably better to use the encrypted version. ;)

EDIT: Fixed

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