Wolfgang Moser wrote: > Please find a listing of the floppy side code as well as a little bash > shell script which uses OpenCBM cbmctrl calls to control the uploaded > floppy routine attached to this article. Perhaps I didn't read your message close enough, but which hardware would one need to perform the action? I see in the shell script you reference to xum1541, so I assume one needs an interface compatible with that one, probably the ZoomFloppy? For instance, I only have regular XM1541, C2N232I and could probably hack together a PC64 cable, but I understand neither would be sufficient unless you produce a PET binary that will send the floppy routine, retrieve it in RAM and store elsewhere. Since it is possible to dump e.g. 8050 floppy disks through cbmlink (C2N232, PC64 cable etc), I suppose it should be possible to send the routine and retrieve the ROM data over the same line? While I'm sure ZoomFloppy is the answer to most of our needs, many of us don't own it yet which would pose a problem in helping you with the dumping. Best regards -- Anders Carlsson Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-08-09 08:00:25
Archive generated by hypermail 2.2.0.