From: Howard Herman (hh_at_speakeasy.net)
Date: 2003-01-28 13:19:41
I know you have been referred to the Herne site, but have you looked at its following page: http://www.herne.com/cpm.htm This should have most all the information you are seeking. As to SPORT, I have used it to swap RAMLink (RL) partitions. The RL system is limited to using only 1541 partitions in CP/M. However, SPORT allows an unlimited number of these 1541 partitions. Also, SPORT will read the RL real time clock during the boot (from RAMLink) to automatically set the CP/M operating system clock, etc. Very versatile. Mikael Holm wrote: > > Hej Ruud, > > Okay, now I see what you mean... > And what I want to is to do just as CP/M is doing, use the original > 8502-routines to access the command channel. This is not supported by > any CP/M service calls, with the exception of the USER function that > can execute 8502 code... But as I wrote in another message, I have no > idea about how to use this USER-service call. > > About the Z80-boot ROM, is there a commented disassembly of it > available anywhere on the net? Or any disassembly of it, commented or > not... -- ___ ___ ___ ___ / //_/ // / //_/ // Howard Herman / ___ // / ___ // /_// /_// /_// /_// © Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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