From RISC OS
PC Card Software Sources
7th November 2005
This is a place holder page for the sources for the !PC/!PCPro software that was developed for RiscPC second processor cards and PC podule cards developed for the range of Acorn machines.
Any code that is marked as "Copyright Aleph One", is now licensed under the GPL. Some code is copyright Stuart Tyrell. Stuart has also given permission for his code to be released under the GPL. Contact me if there are any further issues with licensing that you would like me to address.
Understand that this code release is completely unsupported and Aleph1 cannot provide any help with it. Please do not contact them in regard to it. I cannot answer any technical questions about it because I have not examined it in detail. If there are items you think are missing from the archives below, I will endeavour to locate them.
Thanks to Laurie and Wookey of Aleph1 for their input to RISC OS over the years and for making this release possible.
Note - there doesn't seem to be any difference in the PC application itself between the release 3.06 and unreleased 3.07 version. The changes in 3.07 appear to be that the Acorn URI module is included in the update for !System, and the installer has been modified to allow running direct from an archive.
- Community release 3.08 for RiscPC second processors with fixes for RISC OS 6
- Unreleased 3.07 for RiscPC second processors
- Official release 3.06 for RiscPC second processors
- Last Release of version 2 code (2.34)
- DivaCode serial number generator
Note that in order to use the software, you will need a serial number. This can be obtained by downloading and running the DivaCode serial number generator, above.
- Version 3.08 source
- Version 3.06 source
- Version 2.35 source
- Sources for various PC card drivers
- DDKs for interfacing with PC card software
Support and Documentation
This is a snapshot of Aleph1's Acorn Products site including PC card documentation, which will soon be removed from their site. Since it is only a snapshot, it will contain broken links, and will be fully integrated into www.riscos.info in the future.