[sebhc] fstools and other things
Eric J. Rothfus
eric at rothfus.com
Wed Jun 2 18:04:48 CDT 2004
> ...It's on every sector, so that the driver can always detect if the disk
> has been changed without having to seek back to track0 & read the disk...
OOOoooh, that's makes sense. Thanks.
So the volume number is somewhat overloaded to indicate "disk change."
It seems to confirm, too, that there is only one volume number
for a floppy. Does that also explain why track 0 has volume
number of zero?
Do you know if CP/M drivers for the Heathkit hard-sectored controller
do the same thing?
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