[sebhc] Re-creating actual floppies from archive

Joe Smith bandit1921 at cox.net
Tue Mar 14 09:18:49 CST 2006

Wasn't talking about zip files Dave,the little file that is inside of the zip.
Example:PIE 1.5b  Distribution Disk, that is what is in the PIE.zip, 
how does one read that file into something understandable?
Kind of like uuencode/decode..
At 10:05 AM 3/14/2006 -0500, you wrote:
> > 1 more question,how does one read the distribution files inside the
> > zips,I have found PIE on several places,but he manual has a bad crc.
> > I also have it on a soft-sectored disk,but at the moment have nothing
> > to read it on.
>I don't know about PIE, however the ImageDisk ZIP file IMD111.ZIP
>which I directed you to was created with PKZIP, and as far as I know
>can be unpacked with any of the common ZIP utilities. I use PKZIP,
>InfoZIP and WinZIP with no problems. I've just downloaded IMD111.ZIP
>directly from my site and verified it - no CRC errors that I can detect.
>dave06a (at)    Dave Dunfield
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