Marko Mäkelä wrote: > In this version, the disk copy routines allow an interleave factor to be > specified. Hi Marko, that's great news! I'll give it a test (finally) with some 8250 disks. > at all. Also, the Windows binary now includes support for the parallel > cables (not useable on NT, 2000 or XP). Maybe it'll work with the NT tweak tool for enabling LPT port access. There is one on sta.c64.org for use with Star Commander. > if there is zero audience. (I'm referring to MS-DOS, not to Windows.) I think it's most important to most people that there is a version that runs on Win9x PCs at all. I don't see much of a point in transferring data to/from an 8088 DOS system, because it is sort of a dead end. On the other hand, I have a networked 386 IBM PS/2 machine in my lab with MS-DOS only (for data aquisition via IEEE488, runs much more stable than any 486/586 system I tried). The only 8088 system I have is the A2088 board in my A2000, but it doesn't have any I/O ports. Nicolas Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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