> Perhaps I am reinventing the wheel here - how did the 1581 do > subdirectories? File type CBM (I think it was 5, but I am not 100% certain) defines partitions. If a partition starts and ends at track boundaries and is formatted it is a subdirectory. The dos command "/" is used to change the current directory. "/" to root directory "/0:name" to a subdirectory "name". Subdirectories can be nested as long as the rules are satisfied. -Pasi -- "Liner White Star arriving from Earth is now docking in bay 5. Passangers will disembark through customs area 7." -- An Announcement in Babylon 5:"TKO" - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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