On Thu, 13 Sep 2001, MagerValp wrote: > It is possible. There's a DOS-based utility called 22-disk (or some- > thing like that) that can read and write many CP/M formats. Also, it is possible to use the setfdprm command in Linux to configure the floppy disk driver. I've successfully read and written Commodore 1581 disks in that way. It should be possible to read and write CMD FD-2000 floppies as well (I think I may even have tried it with a floppy someone sent me, but I'm not sure). Marko Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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