From: Mikael Holm (mikael.holm_at_se.danskebank.com)
Date: 2003-01-28 13:49:14
Howard, Your use of SPORT for swaping partitions seems alot like my switching of .d64-disks under 64HDD. I can't seem to find any useful (to me at least) information about how to switch mode run some 8502-code and then return to CP/M... Unfortunately the guys at Herne don't have access to any C128's any more, it's been a while since they wrote the utilities so, no help there either... Well I guess I have to disassemble SPORT.COM and see if I can make any sense of it... Any suggestions for a good Z80 (CP/M or other) disassembler? Preferrably runnable on my PC or C128... //Micke 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. <FONT SIZE=1 FACE="Arial">_______________ Please note that this message may contain confidential information. If you have received this message by mistake, please inform the sender of the mistake by sending a reply, then delete the message from your system without making, distributing or retaining any copies of it. Although we believe that the message and any attachments are free from viruses and other errors that might affect the computer or IT system where it is received and read, the recipient opens the message at his or her own risk. We assume no responsibility for any loss or damage arising from the receipt or use of this message. </FONT> Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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