[sebhc] Re-creating actual floppies from archive
bandit1921 at cox.net
Tue Mar 14 16:15:52 CST 2006
Even if I could write it out to a 1.44 disk would be good, that is
what I need to know, what utility does that?
At 02:07 PM 3/14/2006 -0800, you wrote:
> Most early CP/M used interleaving of the sectors.
>Once it is un-zipped, it is still just a raw image.
>If you wanted to look at specific files, you'd need
>to figure the inteleaving.
> >From: "Joe Smith" <bandit1921 at cox.net>
> >It is in the archive under cpm software
> >At 03:25 PM 3/14/2006 -0500, you wrote:
> >> > 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..
> >>I don't recognize "PIE" - is this somthing you downloaded from my
> >>site? If so, it's something that I've forgotten about (and not something
> >>I created) - give me a reminder as to where (exactly) is is?
> >>dave06a (at) Dave Dunfield
> >>dunfield (dot) Firmware development services & tools: www.dunfield.com
> >>com Collector of vintage computing equipment:
> >> http://www.parse.com/~ddunfield/museum/index.html
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> >Joe Smith
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