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Re: [N8VEM-S100:4114] Re: Compact Flash CP/M3 image?

We should also look at the LBA layouts of other Z80 systems like Zeta, and provide a compatible CF card format...

This would make all of our projects easier to port and operate.. 

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Tom Lafleur
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On Jun 10, 2014, at 11:09 PM, yoda <yo...@r2d2.org> wrote:

Maybe someone could post an image on PBworks?  You can use disk imaging tools on windows or dd on Linux or Mac to transfer to a CF.   Maybe David Fry could post one?  I think his changes to the LBA is what we should standardize on.   It has no holes - I would post one but I have had some difficulty getting his code to fully work.  I am trying to use cpm tools with his LBA structure but I am having some difficulties I don't understand yet.  I have put it on the back burner for the moment as I am trying to get the 68K board reading CF cards so I can get CP/M 68K up and running - I am really close.  I plan on using the same LBA structure so both have the same format so I will get back to resolving the problem pretty soon.  

We should make a repository for some standard images (like compilers, editors, wordstar, etc) - would save people a lot of work hunting everything down.


On Tuesday, June 10, 2014 9:17:51 PM UTC-5, geka...@gmail.com wrote:
I finally was able to boot to a monitor tonight, and appear to have a working Z80 CPU/SRAM/Propeller I/O/Serial and SMB system <GRIN>

I'm anxious to play, but don't want to wait for a working floppy system.

Would anyone with a working system be willing to duplicate up two "bootable" Compact Flash cards for me?

I'd be happy to send along the CF along with a self addressed stamped mailer for the return trip - and even toss in a few goodies as a thanks.

- Gary

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