I'm browsing a website... generated by an original Commodore 64! Unbelievable: the Commodore 64 is now a web server! Daniel Nagy has created a web server with the Commodore 64.
Here is the link to access the page:
You can use a common browser, such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Microsoft Edge.
When you connect to the site, a Commodore 64G receives the request.
Loads HTML files from floppy disk and sends them to the network adapter attached to the expansion port.
From the network card, via the Internet, the data arrives comfortably to your browser.
The web page is available in several languages and... I had the honor of translating that into Italian!
The experiment is by Daniel Nagy. Here are the features.
Server: Commodore 64G
RAM: 64 KB
CPU: MOS Technology 6510, 8-bit, 1 MHz
Commodore 1541 floppy disk drive with 5.25" diskette that hosts web pages
Network card: ETFE on expansion port
HTTP Web Server: Contiki v3.0