> I *really* like this idea. As we all know, the 1541 has a spare 8 bit port > on one of the VIAs, and that's exactly what an IDE interface would need in > addition to a decoded bit of address space and a little bit of glue logic. > > Unfortunately software is not my strongest point, so: > > 1. Have the 1541 ROMs been disassembled and fully documented yet? > Yes. Read 'Inside Commodore DOS' by Immers and Neufeld. Surely someone must have scanned this book by now. > 2. Is CBM-DOS capable of accessing large drives? If not, it would have to > be implemented as a large number of virtual disks, which might not be a > bad idea as it would get round the no-subdirectories limitation. > That DOS is designed for whatever disk media is under the hood. - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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