I have made the appropriate additions. Thank you for your contribution, Todd :') --- eyethian <email@example.com> wrote: > Hello. > > Thanks to Professor Dredd for posting some technical > information about the > CMD's Native partition layout. It can be found at: > > http://www.geocities.com/profdredd/ > > And look for the CMD Native article. > > However, there are some additions; Track 1, Sector 0 is > reserved for the CBM > boot sector. This holds true even for CMD Native > partitions. Insert special > bootsector code there at Track 1, Sector 0, say at the > CMD HD located at > unit 10, issuing the BOOTONU10 command from 128's direct > mode will then > initiate the boot sequence. > > Secondly, the BAM entries located at Track 1, Sectors > 3-33 should be > constant, regardless of the CMD partition size. In the > case of the FD-2000, > a lot of sectors in the BAM would be unused, but they > should be reserved and > not used by CMD DOS in writing actual disk data. I guess > this is due to > compatibility as CMD FD DOS is based on CMD HD DOS and > not a lot of code has > changed in this respect. ===== go6502 - Commodore and Apple II news, programs, hardware and resources http://www.geocities.com/profdredd __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Find the one for you at Yahoo! Personals http://personals.yahoo.com Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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