On this page, I have collected some links to resources on Commodore (CBM) machines.
Manuals, Datasheets, disk images, and the like
- CBM archive at zimmers.net, formerly at funet.fi. There is also a CP/M section.
- Ray Carlsen's repair articles.
- C64 Preservation Project.
- The Fridge of Steven Judd
- 8 Bit database software contains information about VIC-20.
- Project 64'er
- CBM-Hardware (German)
- Frank Kontros has more interesting links and infos.
- Ruud Baltissen's site
- Commodore Service Manuals and other stuff.
- Scanned books by me.
- C64 Programmer's Reference Guide (PRG).
- CBM-Manuals (in English and in German)
- 1540/1541 Floppy Drive Technical Service Manual or here (with more schematics).
- Commodore Hacking is an electronic publication with much information for CBM machines. There are other sites, for example, here.
- Tim Schürmann's C64 archive contains some interesting articles.
Emulators and Transfer Software
- VICE is a versatile emulator for most machines of CBM's 8 bit line.
- YAPE emulates 264 based machines (Plus/4, C16, C116).
- Star Commander is a DOS-based program for transferring CBM disk to the PC.
- OpenCBM (formerly known as cbm4win) is "my" project for accessing CBM drives from Windows. It is a port of cbm4linux to Windows.
- cbm4linux for accessing CBM drives from Linux
- 1581copy lets you access your 1581 3,5" drive in a PC disk drive.
- Markus Brenner has written some tools for manipulating CBM tapes.
- 64HDD makes a PC act like a CBM hard disk.
- VC1541 is an even older, similar project.
- cc65 is a C compiler for 6502 based machines. (The site cc65 is the old one, which is not maintained anymore.)
- Pascal mit dem C64/Pascal mit dem C128 (in German) by Prof. Florian Matthes. The page is a mirror of an older version, because the page is gone now.
- 8-bit-nirvana contains some information (not only) on CBM machines.
- Some information of an ex Commodore-employee in Germany
- Commodore Billboard