HP 48 Meta Kernel card for sale?



#2

Where can i get a HP 48 Meta Kernel card?
Have someone a card for sale?

Edited: 12 Feb 2012, 8:18 a.m.


#3

An alternative is copying the Meta Kernal Full Version file (freely available at www.hpcalc.org) onto a 128K RAM card.

#4

Hi,

I'd also like to recommend SpeedUI 11.11 by Raymond Del Tondo. It is comparable to Meta Kernel in a certain way since it also greatly speeds up and simplifies the User Interface of the HP-48GX. You will also need a free 128k RAM card in Slot 1 to install it.

I've bee using it for over a year now and am absolutely satisfied with it. Compared to MetaKernel I see two significant advantages:

  1. It is still being maintained by Rayomd who releases important updates every now and then.
  2. It is a modular installation consistitng of several optional libraries. It allows you to only install the features you need most. Therefore you can save a bit of card memory for other things as well.

It's a bit tricky to filter out what you don't need at the beginning, but I can provide you with a list of the librares I use if you need one.

You can download the installation files
here


#5

I second everything that Timo said. I've been using SpeedUI for a while now. It's a little complex to install, but after installing it, my 48GX feels like it's something ten years more modern...

Cristian

#6

Timo:

I've been most curious to try it out for some time. Please share the details about the libraries you've used and instructions to install them (email is fine)..

TomC


#7

Hi Thomas,

you have mail. I'll also post the list of my SpeedUI libs below for all forum members to access.

Kind regards,
Timo

Library-Name    Lib-ID  Port
_____________________________

SpeedUI 11.11:

CF 4 0
UFL 257 1
UI 805 1
UF 809 1
B0 176 1
B1 177 1
B2 178 1
B3 179 1
B6 182 1
E4 228 1
EA 234 1
SBC 224 1

Install CF.lib first, then all other librares. It must be installed into Port 0! Perform a warmstart [On]+[C] after storing each library in port memory.

The listing represents an almost full install of SpeedUI 11.11 but it leaves enough Port 1 memory to allow installation of additional libraries as well. The SpeedUI zip-file does contain readme material which will explain certain aspects of the installation quite good.

Edited: 16 Feb 2012, 8:20 a.m.


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