[sebhc] H89 stuff

Dwight K. Elvey dwight.elvey at amd.com
Thu Jul 29 11:27:35 CDT 2004

 You can use the emmulator that Eric has or you can
use my WRCPM to copy the files onto a blank CPM disk
image ( in my WRCPM.ZIP release ). There must be
someone with a LU program that runs in DOS. There
is still a DOS window.
 Once the files are in the image file, we can get them
onto a real disk using my transfer program.

>From: "Peter Shkabara" <peter59 at sbcglobal.net>
>We will need to talk about the hardware items. It might have to wait till I
>complete my move - things are getting a bit hectic as I try to "clean out
>the cobwebs" from years of accumulation! I will need some help as to the
>software. All of my source code from the CP/M and HDOS products is on my PC
>now. A few glitches have surfaced - some of the archives are in CP/M
>libraries, and I am not sure if I have the software to extract them! I used
>LU to make the libraries. Perhaps SEBHC members can help me out here. Is
>there emulation software that will allow me to work in an XP environment to
>handle LU libraries?
>Next item would be the creation of assembled disk images. I have source code
>and CP/M or HDOS object code. However, I can't read the CP/M or HDOS disks
>on my XP PC machine - or can I?
>peter59 at sbcglobal.net - http://www.geocities.com/anapro.geo/
>> -----Original Message-----
>> Peter,
>> I'm definitely interested in a couple of the speed-up kits - I don't
>> know what is required for a full kit, but I'd like 2 complete kits (ie
>> boards plus ancillary chips plus docs) if they are available. 
>> Likewise, I'd like the opportunity to add any of your ANAPRO software
>> and docs to the SEBHC archives. We don't seem to have come to any sort
>> of standard for non-hard sectored disks, so I'd be happy to have any
>> sort of image you can provide against the time where we can 
>> standardize
>> on some interchange format in the future. Maybe the answer is 
>> CPC? I can't find my docs for these programs, but I know I have them
>> around here somewhere.
>> Anyhow, please let me know how I can help take advantage of your
>> generosity (sounds strange, but I hope you know what I mean)!
>> Thanks.
>> Jack
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