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General Category => Applications => Topic started by: Cwiiis on 16:34, 07 October 21

Title: Linux AMSDOS DSK editor?
Post by: Cwiiis on 16:34, 07 October 21
When I'm developing on Windows, I tend to use WinAPE to edit dsk files (for use with a GoTek on real hardware), but unfortunately this relies on drag-and-drop, which doesn't work with WINE on Linux... Are there any specific tools that people know of that run on Linux and let you edit AMSDOS-formatted dsk files like WinAPE does? I'd like to be able to both extract and inject files into dsk images. Being able to create dsk images from scratch would be a bonus, but isn't necessary.
Title: Re: Linux AMSDOS DSK editor?
Post by: Bryce on 17:25, 07 October 21
I think I've used this via WINE in the past: https://www.cpcwiki.eu/index.php/ManageDsk

Bryce.
Title: Re: Linux AMSDOS DSK editor?
Post by: Cwiiis on 17:29, 07 October 21
Quote from: Bryce on 17:25, 07 October 21
I think I've used this via WINE in the past: https://www.cpcwiki.eu/index.php/ManageDsk (https://www.cpcwiki.eu/index.php/ManageDsk)

Bryce.
Works a charm, thanks!
Title: Re: Linux AMSDOS DSK editor?
Post by: Bryce on 20:26, 07 October 21
I always found it to be a better tool anyway, at least for pure DSK creation.

Bryce.
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