Difference between revisions of "Talk:Hardware/Serial Interface"

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(where is all the information)
 
(go directly to YAGCD, if you pass GO collect $200)
 
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Well, I'm trying to make a GC controller vibrate and this information is not really any help. The whole CD0064xx region just seems to act like RAM. I've flushed and invalidated caches, can't imaging why the area would be cached anyway, but nope. The page is missing a huge amount of documentation that libogc must have, but the code is just unreadable. Maybe someone who can actually understand that spaghetti can fill in all the missing details here? [[User:HyperHacker|⬡Rena]] 07:48, 26 September 2012 (CEST)
 
Well, I'm trying to make a GC controller vibrate and this information is not really any help. The whole CD0064xx region just seems to act like RAM. I've flushed and invalidated caches, can't imaging why the area would be cached anyway, but nope. The page is missing a huge amount of documentation that libogc must have, but the code is just unreadable. Maybe someone who can actually understand that spaghetti can fill in all the missing details here? [[User:HyperHacker|⬡Rena]] 07:48, 26 September 2012 (CEST)
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:Did you see the note at the top of the page that says "This article may be improved with information from Yet Another GameCube Documentation"? Follow the link. This is gamecube legacy hardware, nobody has bothered to document it all over again.[[User:Tueidj|Tueidj]] 08:15, 26 September 2012 (CEST)

Latest revision as of 07:15, 26 September 2012

Well, I'm trying to make a GC controller vibrate and this information is not really any help. The whole CD0064xx region just seems to act like RAM. I've flushed and invalidated caches, can't imaging why the area would be cached anyway, but nope. The page is missing a huge amount of documentation that libogc must have, but the code is just unreadable. Maybe someone who can actually understand that spaghetti can fill in all the missing details here? ⬡Rena 07:48, 26 September 2012 (CEST)

Did you see the note at the top of the page that says "This article may be improved with information from Yet Another GameCube Documentation"? Follow the link. This is gamecube legacy hardware, nobody has bothered to document it all over again.Tueidj 08:15, 26 September 2012 (CEST)