Re: D64 to D80 conversion and visa versa

Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2016 09:09:07 -0500
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I  did some poking around looking for c1541 bash scripts, seems you have the right idea.  I am not a script writer expert, but I am guesig I'll need to loop through a d64 image looking for all the program names, and write out to a d82 image.
I played with hostcm and the bedit editor on the superpet and came up with a batch file that copies Superpet disks to the Linux box.  So I will have to bite the bullet and try the same with c1541.  Do you know of any good examples on the Net, I have seen a few, but have not dived deeply yet.

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> > On 2016-12-18, at 21:29, wrote:
> > 
> > [???]
> > Do you mean use a emulated program on say a C64 through VICE and mount two drives?
> Not really. Although what you write yet is another possibility, just not exactly "Linux CLI based" ;-) What I meant was that VICE comes with a handy command-line tool called "c1541". It allows various operations on Commodore disk images from CLI. Those include creating, formatting, file reading/writing, etc. I use it routinely from within Makefile-s for example.
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