Hi, A few days ago I wrote: >A while ago I acquired the following C128 disks. I have not yet tested them, >but if someone is interested (and they are not already on Funet) I could >maybe get around to making disk images: > >- Commodore 128 CP/M System Disk (no write-enable notches, so this will not > have been altered since new). >- C128 "The Very First" (probably some kind of introductory tutorial) >- 1570/1571 test/demo disk I have uploaded an archive containing these and another couple of programs, Rhythm King and Turbo Disk both published by Supersoft. Rhythm King is a drumkit type program which comes with a cartridge that has an RCA/phono socket for audio output. This program may or may not work without that cartridge. Turbo Disk is a disk fast load utility. I have instructions for this which need to be typed up; the disk image will not be of much use otherwise. Get the archive from: http://members.xoom.com/borkbork/Disks.tar.gz (403573 bytes long) (Use a utility like wget, HTTPResume or GetRight if your browser just displays that file in its window.) -- Mark - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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