Adrian Vickers wrote: > So, anyone got a spare 6530 (with "901885-04" printed on the top line, > and "0683" printed below it) they'd be willing to part with? The 0683 merely indicates the manufacturing week and year (week 6 of year 1983). I don't know if the week number follows the ISO standard, but if it does, according to the calendar function of GNU Emacs, that would be 7th through 13th of* *February, 1983. (The ISO week begins with a Monday.) > Alternatively, if you're in London, could I borrow one for a day to try > it out? Richard? By the way, you can use cbmlink from http://www.funet.fi/pub/cbm/crossplatform/transfer/C2N232/ to dump the firmware of the drive like this: cbmlink -c <cable> <device> -dms,0xc000,0 dos.prg -dmc,0xfc00,0 fdc.prg Also, I'd like to archive any PET era test/demo disks in original disk image format (not as individual files). Those can be copied with the cbmlink -dr (disk read) option. Does anyone on this list have such disks? I don't. Marko Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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