On Tue, 23 Feb 1999, Larry Anderson wrote: > Speaking of PET disks, I got my first (working) d64 image on the net > (it's only temporary as I plan for more oganized disks than the one up) > It includes Flash Attack some Cursor Games, and some other goodies > including the original PET DEMO and PET GRAPHICS (great to use on your > original PET). Are all programs in a single file, or do some programs load something after they have been started? For single-file programs, .prg would be the optimal format. I'd like to get these programs on ftp.funet.fi, but as I don't have a disk drive for my PET yet (nor have even set up my PC at home), I'd like to have descriptions for the files, like in the 00INDEX files at ftp.funet.fi. I can convert the .d64 file to .prg files, that's no problem, but I'd like to have those descriptions. > Make sure you download the file with your browser and not open it, (I think > right button on IBM and Option+Click on Mac.) Your web server did properly say "Content-Type: application/octet-stream". Had it lied "text/plain", the Windows version of Netscape (at least version 3) would have mangled the file anyway, no matter how you try to download the file. Another reason not to use Windows. Marko - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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