Dwight K. Elvey
dwight.elvey at amd.com
Wed Jul 7 16:00:19 CDT 2004
I have problems sending directly to the ftp. I send it
indirectly through Steven Parker and he post it. The ftp
does have place for uploads ( message at the bottom of the
file list if using a web broWser ).
When he post it, CPMWR.ZIP should be on the ftp. The program
CPMWR.COM will transfer files into a CPM image.
To move images to and from the H8/89, use my program
This image trasfer program is already there. It is:
This has the program that can be used to transfer images
to and from the H8/89.
Eric already has a program to move files to an image.
I looked on the web page but don't see it.
It would be: "fstool -A -F hcpm... file1 file2..."
Is this what your asking?
Right now, I don't have a way to get programs from a
CPM disk other than to use the CPM PIP command with the
O option and copy the serial to a file. Of course, one
can move an entire image, as stated above.
>From: Peter <peter59 at sbcglobal.net>
>Where did the files get saved to? Also, how can I make additional images for
>such disks? I have software of my own that I would share, but how to post
>peter59 at sbcglobal.net - http://www.geocities.com/anapro.geo/
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: sebhc at sebhc.org [mailto:sebhc at sebhc.org] On Behalf Of
>> Dwight K. Elvey
>> Sent: Tuesday, July 06, 2004 10:36 AM
>> To: sebhc at sebhc.org
>> Subject: RE: [sebhc] CPM
>> Last week I got an image file for CP/M to run on hard sectored
>> disk. It had SuperCalc on it so I needed to do a little post
>> processing because I don't want to have any copyright issues
>> on our group. Maybe someone can find the owners of this program
>> to get permission to post it as well.
>> I have include the following:
>> CPMWR.COM a DOS file to copy CP/M compatible files to
>> a CP/M disk image file ( assuming that there is
>> space on the disk for the file ).
>> CPMWR.SEQ Source for CPMWR for your enjoyment.
>> CPM22.IMG Bootable CP/M image with PIP and STAT only.
>> My *.IMG are the same as *.H8D format.
>> CPM22P.IMG Same as above but with ASM, DDT, ED, LOAD
>> and DUMP added
>> CPMWR.TXT A read me file. Please actually read.
>> I've sent these as CPMWR.ZIP so I'm not sure if they'll split
>> these out for the FTP or not. It has both a utility file and
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