Marko Mäkelä wrote: > > Where actually have the 3016 schematics gone? > > Compressed with the world's best compressor (rm -fr) and backed up to > /dev/null. Hmm.... As an off-topic thingy : why rm -fr, why everybody refers to that command as 'rm -rf' ? (gee! There used to be a machine called rm-rf.stack.nl...) > > > I don't remember the numbers, have they been replaced by better copies? > > Yes, the 8032 or the univ schematics were essentially the same, but much > better quality. Euhm... I can hardly believe that the 8032 schematics are compareable to the 30**. Granted, the 2000 series have 'similiarities' to the 3000 series, but still.. To return to the subject (SFD-1001's being broken): Am I supposed to be glad to know that the zero page of my 1001 is broken (6530? 6504?), knowing that the actual drive mechanism is defective too? (one of the heads is kaputt. Does anyone having experiencing in adapting PC-HD mechanisms (without Shugart-interface!) to such a device? AFAIK, the 1001 (and 850) use 80 tracks, DD mechanics. I'm wondering if a 80 tracks _hd_ mechanic would work.)(I guess not) > > Marko Martijn -- Martijn van Buul, email@example.com Tijntje@OuterSpace - 18.104.22.168 3333
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