Started by d_kef, 16:48, 30 December 21
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Quote from: Mark_wllms on 15:48, 24 June 22My physical 3" disc drive is playing up, so I love having a virtual CP/M disk drive I can load all my infocom games onto. However, I can't work out how to copy anything into the CP/M hard drives without using the physical drive. Is there a way of adding files to the drives, either on the Amstrad or via a PC?
sudo apt install cpmtools
diskdef hdcpm seclen 512 tracks 65 sectrk 256 blocksize 8192 maxdir 1024 skew 0 boottrk 1 os 3end
cpmcp -f hdcpm CPMDSK01.IMG myapp.com 1:myapp.com
Quote from: d_kef on 16:33, 24 June 22You can use cpmtools. Full functionality only on Linux I'm afraid.
Quote from: angelcaio on 16:46, 20 November 22HI. seems to be a new batch of Real Time Clock Board cardshttps://www.cpcwiki.eu/forum/amstrad-cpc-hardware/real-time-clock-board/250/Does anyone know if it works with HDCPM?Thanks
Quote from: angelcaio on 16:46, 20 November 22Does anyone know if it works with HDCPM?
Quote from: m_dr_m on 12:49, 27 April 23Fantastic work, thanks!Let me know if I understood the limitations correctly:The ROM itself isn't a complete CP/M system, you'll need the EMS file on the disk image.You access the disc image by direct sector access (so potentially corrupting the host FAT file-system in case of fragmentation or bug).You can copy from floppy to the virtual hard-drive, but there are no options to populate the disk image from the host FAT file-system.Even with the current constraints that would be quite handy.
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