Started by TFM, 18:51, 30 April 13
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Quote from: TFM/FS on 00:40, 01 May 13The X-DDOS 2.11 provided the commands |CPM,4 (5, 6 or 7) to boot from hard disc partition D (E, F or G). This way you can boot up to four different versions of CP/M 2.2 or even CP/M Plus (!) from the hard disc. Without the need of any floppy disc.
Quote from: TFM/FS on 23:45, 01 May 13Well, I do have the full source code of X-DDOS, R-DOS and pretty much all Dobbertin Software. The thread here is not about patching software for new hardware. We have new hd interfaces since 2004 (CPC-IDE, then SF2 and and and). And if someone want's to do that fine. There is also BonnyDOS for the SF2. The topic here is to replace the hardware in a way that it runs with existing software WITHOUT the need of patching it. It should be doable to emulate / recreate the part of the controller developped by Dobbertin. It's not very complex. The new part would be the linkage to an IDE hard-disc instead of an XT controller.
Quote from: Bryce on 10:51, 02 May 13Does anyone have the original hardware or the schematics so that it could be reverse engineered for a 2013 version?Bryce.
Quote from: Ygdrazil on 13:50, 02 May 13I am very interessted in the sourcecode of R-DOS by Dobbertin. Please upload it to the wiki :-)
Quote from: TFM/FS on 22:47, 02 May 13You don't seriously want a .txt. First you have to transfer it to disc, then to CPC, then start CP/M, then a text editor, then load the file, and search through it. Can't be worse
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