That's a little harsh... Maybe his priority at this time is to archive some disks instead of spending his time troubleshooting his ZF setup? Maybe he just prefers the challenge and satisfaction of building his own nuclear plant where he intimately knows every pipe and every cable even if it's not as good as the commercial versions, especially since he already has the basic plant in his basement? Not to disparage the excellent ZF, but sometimes this is how things move forward... I've certainly done the same thing myself on occasion when something frustrated me, whether the flaw lay with the item in question or with my thinking. m ----- Original Message ----- From: "Spiro Trikaliotis" <email@example.com> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2017 12:57 PM Subject: Re: Faster IEEE routines > Hello Ruud, > > * On Wed, May 24, 2017 at 06:43:24PM +0200 Ruud@Baltissen.org wrote: > >> Because I have problems with the ZoomFloppy, I decided to create my >> own tool to create images of a floppy by connecting the drive >> directly to a PC. > > [...] > >> so I won't >> need to invent the wheel twice? > > somehow, I do not understand you. > > You have a problem with your ZF. I send you a list of things to check in > order to find out what the problem is. > > Instead of answering (and, possibly, helping us to find problems that we > have to circumvent), you create your own project and reinvent the wheel. > > I have one question: What do you do if you have a power outage in your > area? Do you ask others how to build a coal-fired power plant, so you do > not have to reinvent the wheel, and then you build your own nuclear > plant? > > I am speechless. > > Regards, > Spiro. > > -- > Spiro R. Trikaliotis > http://www.trikaliotis.net/ > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2017-05-24 18:02:33
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