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RE: [N8VEM-S100:6453] Re: CP/M running, But now what ?

Hi Jeffa, Todd,
The latest image files on the wiki site include Martin Eberhard's X-Modem and some images with ZORK.
Todd, I don't know why your RS-232 is only providing a partial directory.... that's very weird.  Have you tried to connect the console I/O and the Terminal both at the same time?  You can do this, and just watch the input from the other device.  When you run DIR on the console I/O you should see the same output on both.  Same goes for input from the terminal.
The reason I prefer the terminal, is because you can use Martin's X-Modem in CP/M to upload/download files to the disk image.
Yes, it would be nice to write some software that will read/write to the image files directly from windows, I just don't have the 16 hours to do this.  Currently working on building a case for my Mark-8.

Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2015 20:02:46 -0800
From: jeffrey.h...@gmail.com
To: n8vem...@googlegroups.com
Subject: [N8VEM-S100:6453] Re: CP/M running, But now what ?

I see the monitor has a XModem UL/DL feature, or will I have to create a "DISK-A"
image and introduce my own files into it using a PC  ?

Ditto for me. :-)

What is the procedure for introducing files into the DISKxxx images? It sure would be nice to have a chooser to copy files into the DISKxxx images from the local ms/dos, linux or osx file systems.

Or how about in the ROM. You put a file on the SD card and hit some menu option to save it to the currently mounted A> (or x>) drive.

 - jeffa 

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