[sebhc] upload games & Pasc
garlanger at gmail.com
Mon Sep 18 12:31:09 CDT 2006
On 9/17/06, dwight elvey <dkelvey at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Mark
> Although, I use both Linux and some windows at work, I know little
> about the guts.
> I've always said, I'd help anyone that wants to write the highside program
> for another platform. Not a hole lot to the program. The most complicated
> part is dealing with things like the first track and floppy ID's. This is
> menus or for windows, some buttons.
Once, I get something going, I'll let you know.
> Since you now have a soft sectored controller, something for that would
> also be great.
Hopefully THIS one will work... I actually have two others, one
refuses to read any disk, the other one has a very loose connector
(the big one connecting it back to the CPU board) and my attempt to
replace it was, let us say, "less than successful".
This board has cleaned-up fairly well, although some of the chips show
visible rust on them. I'm going to try it as it is, and if it doesn't
work, I'll try using some of the chips out of one of the other boards.
My lack of an ocsilliscope and the fact that I haven't really worked
on any electronics since college isn't helping my effort ;-)
> >From: "Mark Garlanger" <garlanger at gmail.com>
> >Hi Dwight,
> > Thanks for writing the h89trans program, it made these transfers so
> >easy. Have you thought about enhancing the PC portion to support
> >Windows or Linux? This would allow it to have a GUI interface and
> >support long filenames. I've looked over the code for both the PC and
> >H89 sides, and if I can find some free time, may try to write a new PC
> >program to do the transfers either for Windows or Linux, kinda split
> >on which one I should do since I use both.
> > Mark
> >On 9/15/06, dwight elvey <dkelvey at hotmail.com> wrote:
> >> >From: "Mark Garlanger" <garlanger at gmail.com>
> >> >
> >> >On 9/14/06, Dan Lanciani <ddl-cctech at danlan.com> wrote:
> >> >
> >> >>|I saw a
> >> >>|picture of some other original Evryware disks that stated support for
> >> >>|both HDOS and CP/M on the label. I'm not sure how they did that,
> >> >>
> >> >>As I recall they had a file on one OS of space to hold the other's used
> >> >>sectors. It wasn't too hard.
> >> >>
> >> >
> >> >When I have some time, I plan to look though the disk image and figure
> >> >out what they did.
> >>I don't think it would be too hard. CP/M uses a fixed location for
> >>directories and HDOS put a pointer in the track0. I would think
> >>it would be relatively easy. Each system would see the other directory
> >>information as used disk space.
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