On Thu, Aug 17, 2017 at 2:46 PM, Spiro Trikaliotis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > * On Thu, Aug 17, 2017 at 01:17:33AM -0700 vossi wrote: > >> PS: Is it possible to use my D9060 at the OpenCBM-Interface? > > this should be possible with cbmctrl and cbmcopy (with original > transport protocol), albeit that will be very slow. I keep meaning to test that. I have all the bits (Zoomfloppy, on Linux, and multiple D9060 and D9090 drives). I haven't yet gotten my Zoomfloppy working with my 2031, so that's the sticking point there. I should check the firmware version. It works perfectly with a 1541 or 1571. > I believe I asked before on some mailing list: Is there any > documentation on the D9060 and its inner workings? I would say that depends on how deep you want the docs to go. CBM DOS 3.0 and the block structure are documented. The standard read/write commands all work like all the floppy drives, but there is one unit ("0:", like a 1541 or 2031) and a larger amount of sectors per track and tracks than a floppy, but ultimately, very much like a large floppy with the directory at the front not the middle. What's less well documented is internals and how the "DOS board" talks SASI to the Xebec SASI<->MFM bridge. Some stuff is known from disassembling the DOS board ROMs, but not as well understood as, say, the 1541. For writing an application to grab directory blocks and read the allocation map and read files, all of the necessary things are documented. -ethan Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2017-08-18 03:00:02
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