The clones of the KIM-1 that appeared the last years have renewed the interest of the retro scene.
Old software is restored or typed in again and adapted to the current use of serial terminal emulators and cross asssemblers instead of the hard copy Teletype interface and native assemblers of the old days.
This site contains a lot of that material already. I have tried to collect all older original material.
Here a link of current websites with relevant material. As usual, a list of external links always will suffer of bitrot/dead links.
Netzherpes, by Nills. Very active PAL-1 user. Lots of older software newly typed in.
- Sources and binaries
- Youtube movies
- Very large archive, kept uptodate, with KIM-1/PAL-1/6502 resources
KIM IEC, Dave McMurtrie’s 1541 Routines for the KIM-1
CPM-65, a CP/M-80 analogue operating system for 6502 based microcomputer Dietrich Lausberg build a Junior long ago an...
This source for an enhancement of the KIM-1 contains Jim Butterfield's Supertape and some other utilities and code. The...
A thesis by Jian - Xiong Shao, 1983, titled OUP/M - A 6502 Operating system, contains a floppy disk based operating syst...
This is a replica PCB made with KiCAD. This board is not a 100% accurate replica, because the added directly on the P...