Can someone send me a copy of a CPM 3.0 system disk as an IMD (Image
disk) format? The one I have dosent seem to want to boot up... just
comes to the "BOOTING..." and stops..
Roger Schmidt wrote:
> Can someone send me a copy of a CPM 3.0 system disk as an IMD (Image
> disk) format? The one I have dosent seem to want to boot up... just
> comes to the "BOOTING..." and stops..
IMD format is NOT applicable for boot disks of a Commodore 128 (that's
imho the only Commodore - you didn't specify which one - which uses CP/M
3.0). You have to own a real 1571 drive (or use an emulator like VICE)
to transfer the image (e.g. use StarCommander and a XE1541 cable) with a
Just look at
http://www.zimmers.net/anonftp/pub/cbm/demodisks/c128/index.html for the
original boot disks.
* Try http://www.z80.eu for CP/M computer and software infos.
hi when will cpm versions being to add code for specific hardware
we have 1-4mb of external ram on the sam coupe and if the os was paged
in ram above 32768 it would run at 6mhz - this makes a big difference
also when putting text onscreen
why doesn't cpm word processors use push
sp can point to video ram and then on older machines liek the spectrum
each register pair pushed would get 16 pixels
or on sam coupe 4 or 8 pixels for hi rez mode 3 512x192
we cant even use interlaced video modes that were pretty easy if there
is a second video ram page - unlike the bbc master which didn't have...Mystery CPM disk
I have a couple of disks that have the following geometry:
2 sides, 48 TPI, 512 bytes per sector, 10 sectors per track, sectors
numbered 1-10 on side 1, 11-20 on side 2, and side 2 headers declare
they're actually on side 1 (so essentially masking 2-sided-ness).
The following diskdef for cpmtools works correctly for viewing and
extracting files; the skew was pretty tough to arrive at via inspection:
I saw a Digital Research signature in an early sector ("COPYRIGHT (C)
1979, DIGITAL RESEARCH"), but no other identifying info was in evidence.
Any idea what type of machine this could have come from?
David Schmidt <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>2 sides, 48 TPI, 512 bytes per sector, 10 sectors per track, sectors
>numbered 1-10 on side 1, 11-20 on side 2,
Maybe "SHARP MZ80" ?
According to an article in the german Computer-Magazine "C'T" this is
the only fitting Track-Numbering.
On 3/11/2015 5:20 AM, Holger Petersen wrote:
> David Schmidt <email@example.com> writes:
>> 2 sides, 48 TPI, 512 bytes per sector, 10 sectors per track, sectors
>> numbered 1-10 on side 1, 11-20 on side 2,
> Maybe "SHARP MZ80" ?
> Accord...Creating Disk Image that works on OS 9 & OS X
My Carbon application has a Mach-O Framework embedded in its bundle. I
created the framework to get at one Mach-O only function and it works
But, the problem comes when distributing this app. Originally, I just
created a stuffit archive and distributed this way. This works fine for
OS 9 (which doesn't need to call the Mach-O Framework). But under OS X,
it fails because the symbolic links to the various components of my
framework aren't set up properly when unstuffing the data.
So, I created a disk image using Disk Copy under OS X, and everything is
fine again -- it must fix the symbolilc links when the file is copied
from the disk image.
The problem is that I can't make one file that works for everyone (i.e.,
I'm left with a stuffit file for OS 9 users, a disk image for OS X).
I tried creating the disk image under OS 9, but the OS 9 version of Disk
Copy doesn't seem to like the symbolic links inside the framework
either. (It discards them...)
Is there a way to solve this? I'd really like to have one file that
everyone can use to install this software.
Many thanks in advance,
In article <troika-A5C9AB.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Mark Coniglio <email@example.com> wrote:
> I tried creating the disk image under OS 9, but the OS 9 version of Disk
> Copy doesn't seem to like the symbolic links inside the framework
> either. (It discards them...)
> Is ...Are "disk images" disk images or not?
I have seen the question "What are disk images" answered numerous times
with the assurance that they are exact sector-by-sector copies of real
physical disks. But my own eyes seem to contradict that apparently
Disregarding the instant .dmg "images" which can be cobbled together in
folders on the desktop, and concentrating on sincere attempts to create
real images of real physical disks with Disk Utility, if .dmg's are real
sector-by-sector copies, how come they shrink in size when files are
deleted from their source-devices to make the "images&quo...OS X Disk Image Question
I have just stumbled across a password-protected disk image, and I was
wondering if I can add passwords to my own disk images (or any other
type of file) without some sort of 3rd party security software
17" iMac Core Duo
1GB RAM, 160GB HDD
Mac OS X 10.4.5
> I have just stumbled across a password-protected disk image, and I was
> wondering if I can add passwords to my own disk images (or any other
> type of file) without some sort of 3rd party security software
This can be don...Disk images with disk keys??
After years of searching I finally found a program and was able to
sucessfully copy it from the original 5 1/4 disk to an image. It is a copy
protected disk which I used SST to copy. However, now when I try to access it
in an emulator it asks for the original disk. Is there a way around this?
After some research I found out the original has some sort of disk key.
Good...You did to use NIB image for emulator after you have done with
SST Copy. There is only one way to disable copy protection like keys by
modifying assembly language in sector by sector. It is likely to replace...How to create a disk image in OS 10.5.6?
I installed OS 10.5.6 on a clean partition, and it is working well.
Previously I was using OS 10.2.8 which has two programs, Disk Copy, which
lets you make encrypted or not encrypted disk images, and Disk Utility,
which is for other things like verifying and repairing disks.
How can I make encrypted disk images using OS 10.5.6? The Disk Utility of
10.5.6 seems to be about the same as the Disk Utility of 10.2.8, neither
of which can create disk images.
, Joe <none@g...1840kb disk image (OS/2 Warp 4)
The first 3 disk images are standard 1.44mb.
All the rest are the above 1840kb. Can I write them to a 1.44 floppy
or do I need 2.88?
CT the Befuddled
On Sat, 11 Oct 2008 14:09:25 UTC, "Tim Knight/CT" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> The first 3 disk images are standard 1.44mb.
> All the rest are the above 1840kb. Can I write them to a 1.44 floppy
> or do I need 2.88?
Use a HD floppy (normally 1.44MB). You'll need the XDFCOPY utility.
The information contained in this post is copyright the
poster, and specifically may not be published in, or used by
On Oct 11, 10:29 am, "Bob Eager" <rd...@spamcop.net> wrote:
> On Sat, 11 Oct 2008 14:09:25 UTC, "Tim Knight/CT" <msgtkni...@gmail.com>
> > The first 3 disk images are standard 1.44mb.
> > All the rest are the above 1840kb. Can I write them to a 1.44 floppy
> > or do I need 2.88?
> Use a HD floppy (normally 1.44MB). You'll need the XDFCOPY utility.
> The information contained in this post is copyright the
> poster, and specifically may not be published in, or used by
Thank you Bob.....
Fired up my trusty 8590 running PCDOS7.0 and ran the utility on one of
the disk images......writes perfectly......
CT (ready to Engage)
...Installing Mac OS 9 on linux (MOL) with disk image file
Do you know about a howto concerning the installation
of OS 9 in conjunction with MOL / Linux in an existing
Linux / OS X environment?
I have Debian Woody with MOL, so I can boot the preinstalled
OS X under Linux. However, I would like to be able to boot OS9,
while I don't really want to repartition (and corrupt my existing
OS X and Linux installations). So it would be nice to install
OS 9 into a loopback device (hdd-image file).
Is it possible and is there anybody out there who has done this?
...cpmtools used with a floppy disk image of CP/M-86 does not work ?!
I am not able to use cpmtools with a floppy disk image file, which can
be used for VMWare or even VirtualBox.
I was using this command for showing all directory entries:
cpmls -f cpm86-144feat imagefile
But it does not show any useful info (instead just junk).
Is the existing diskdefs entry cpm86-144feat incorrect ?
# CP/M 86 on 1.44MB floppies
Or does the existing (and working) disk image files have a wrong
sector/track order ?
I am totally unsure, because I even wrote a small utility to split the
sector order to a different result:
I expected this sector order (C=Cylinder, H=Head) in VMWare/Virtualbox
C0H0 C0H1 C1H0 C1H1 C2H0 C2H1 ... up to C79H0, C79H1
The new result was
C0H0 C1H0 C2H0 C3H0 C4H0 C5H0 ... up to C78H1, C79H1
But this doesn't help to get a correct cpmls result.
Am I wrong and a skew is existing for CP/M-86 floppy disks ???
On 11.08.2012 17:07, Peter Dassow wrote:
> I am not able to use cpmtools with a floppy disk image file, which can
> be used for VMWare or even VirtualBox.
> I was using this command for showing all directory entries:
> cpmls -f cpm86-144feat imagefile
> But it does not show any useful info (instead just junk).
> I expected this sector order (C=Cylinder, H=Head) in VMWare/V...Disk image/real disk weirdness
I got this disk that i/o errors on one file when I read it. Got it to
Advanced Demuffin to a normal DOS 3.3 without error, i/o errors same
place. Pulled it up with ADTpro, it doesn't i/o error there but it breaks
when it would ordinarily do a disk status check (I think). Then I replace
the DOS with UniDOS and it works fine... but when I bring it back to the
hardware it i/o errors as before... very strange.
- btw - it's Word Wizards v1.0, by MECC
On Jan 25, 3:27=A0pm, lyricalnanoha
> I got this disk that i/o errors o...Understand Disk Image/Disk Copy/SMI ?
I've used Disk Copy a little bit but a long time ago and I never really
understood disk images and self mounting images and would like to. Just
Is there a good basic article or part of book on them?
Some of my very beginner questions on this are:
Purpose of disk images?
Purpose of smi?
The different uses for non-compressed vs compressed images?
Are any programs needed other than Disk Copy to work with images?
And then a specific one:
It seems that Disk Copy is quite straight forward but when I did a test
crate image from a folder a dialog immediately appeared afterward...Putting an image from a big disk to a small disk
I have a boot system created in 34 GB. hard disk and i syspreped it to
install in other systems with differen hard disk sizes. The data
occupy about 6 GB.
One of this system has 17 GB. hard disks and i am having problems. The
system doesn=B4t boot.
I=B4m using Ghost 8.3 to clone the disk.
Can somebody say to me if it is possible putting an image from a big
disk to a small disk?
Some tool better than Ghost to do it?
> I have a boot system created in 34 GB. hard disk and i
> syspreped it to install in other systems with differen hard
> disk sizes. The data occupy about 6 GB.
> One of this system has 17 GB. hard disks and
> i am having problems. The system doesn�t boot.
Its important to image the physical drive and not just the partition.
> I�m using Ghost 8.3 to clone the disk.
> Can somebody say to me if it is possible
> putting an image from a big disk to a small disk?
That isnt the problem.
> Some tool better than Ghost to do it?
...making and burning disk images with disk utility
I'm having difficulty duplicating dual Mac/Win data CDs and I'm hoping
someone here can point me in the right direction. I have googled for this
and found MANY descriptions of doing exactly what I'm doing, and yet it's
not working for me. I have a CD-ROM that was originally created with Toast.
It's been years since that was done and I can't find the original Toast
files. I have all the pieces, but rather than reconstruct it, I wanted to
just make an image of the disk to store on a hard drive so I can burn new
copies whenever I want without having to use Toast again to duplicate it
from another CD. I can't figure out a way to do that with Toast. When I
make a new image from Disk Utility, the disk ends up not being complete
Here's what I've tried (procedures that are outlined on several sites):
1. In Disk Utility, I select the volume on the CD and click New Image. It
creates a dmg file. I then pop out that disk and put in a blank and click
burn. It creates something that works on the Mac, but under Windows, it
sees the disk (it's burnt and has a file system) but nothing is actually on
2. I've also tried using dd at the command line to create an image. The same
thing happens when I burn it. Fine on a Mac, not on a PC.
The original disk does work correctly. If I use Toast to duplicate it, I
also get a working disk. I'd really like to make a valid disk image that I
can u...how to reclaim lost disk space after disk image with dd?
I have copied my complete old hard disk to my new (faster/bigger) hard
disk using dd:
dd if=/dev/hda1 of=/dev/hdb1
It's a windows system disk (fat32) and it worked fine. Windows is
starting up again.
Unfortunately after this dd command the new hard disk now has the
exact same size of the old one. (Though when partitioning it with
fdisk it was larger)
Is there a (simple) trick to reclaim this lost disk space?
Ronald (<email@example.com>) wrote:
> I have copied my complete old hard disk to my new (faster/bigger) hard
> disk using dd:
>...Can Catakig images be converted to regular disk images?
I've just created an Eamon game on the Catakig //e emulator for the
Macintosh, and now it turns out that Catakig uses a proprietary format
to read and save files that isn't readable on other emulators. Here's
what Catakig's creator has to say about it:
"Catakig can read DSK, PO, and NIB disks, but it has its own native
format which it prefers, and which it uses for both reading and
writing floppy disk images. This format is a gzip-compressed NIB
format, which provides the versatility of that format but yields a
smaller file size, smaller even than DSK."
A...2mg image Disk to real disk from SE/30
Is there any EASY way/tool to write a 2mg disk image to a real disk from
an SE/30 (under 7.6.1) with an 800k external drive ?
I'm struggling to find such tools....
(No, I do not want to use ADT)
I'm also struggling to copy 142 .DSK image disk to a PRODOS formatted
3.5 disk form the same SE/30. If I copy those disk image from the
finder, put the disk in my Apple II, Copy II Plus send me IO ERROR Block
$FAC4 while copying or veryfing. There is no "$FAC4" block on a 3.5 800k
It was working that way with GS/OS....
On Saturday, Apr...Returning to cpm
Its been 20 or so years since I used cpm and have decided to jump back
in. I downloaded myz80 and a copy of walnut creek and started using it
on my win xp system when I realized I have forgotten so much over the
years! Can anyone recommend a website or three that could help me
remember the basics ( copying files, extracting files from libraries,
> Can anyone recommend a website or three that could help me
> remember the basics ( copying files, extracting files from libraries,
Hum... The problem is that, usually, Web sites collect old things,
since CP/M is...was there ever a CPM for ... ?
atari 8 bit ? i found one for atari st, C64 (obviously), apple 2,
amiga, even classic mac, and a few other machines but am wondering if
there was ever a version or clone of CPM (or its likeness) for the
Atari 8 bit?
so far none of the atari lists and groups nobody can remember except
for a piece of hardware called the ATR8000 which allowed for some CPM
as a dumb terminal; but other than this was there every anything else ?
"*ProteanThread*" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>atari 8 bit ? i found one for atari st, C64 (obviously), apple 2,
>amiga, even classic mac, and a few...disk image
what is a disk image? what does it contain? what is its usage?
Bo Sun wrote:
> what is a disk image? what does it contain? what is its usage?
Do you have access to Google?
"Bo Sun" <email@example.com> skrev i en meddelelse
> what is a disk image? what does it contain? what is its usage?
It�s just a raw cop...Grundy cpm
Has anyone information about the CPM computer "Grundy 8200 or Grundy 8202
j.e. van der geest wrote:
> Has anyone information about the CPM computer "Grundy 8200 or Grundy 8202
A simple Google search delivers the following as the firs hit:
The Grundy 8200 seems to be a Superbrain clone.
But, that is not eneugh. I am looking for describsion of the mainboard of
the Grundy 8200.
"Eugen Mezei" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schr...where to get cpm
I am building a system based on a Z80cpu. I wonder if it would be
possible to run cpm on it, and first where to get it?
Le 07/12/2011 10:03, Andre a écrit :
> I am building a system based on a Z80cpu. I wonder if it would be
> possible to run cpm on it, and first where to get it?
> Many thanks
many "Digital Research Source Code" here :
Le Wed, 07 Dec 2011 11:25:26 +0100, jbemond a écrit :
> Le 07/12/2011 10:03, Andre a écrit :
It's my first time here.
I have no idea in signal processing math but reasonable C programming, and
need to send data (minimum 2400bps though more is better) thru the audio
(baseband) section of FM VHF/UHF radio with 12.5KHz channel spacing thru
8KHz linear PCM. In the transmitter after my connection point there’s
300-3000Hz bandpass filter.
There’s no space for an external dedicated modem chip and thus need to
implement it within the MCU of the main app (without FPU, though it can be
Will H-CPM for example be optimal and feasible for this BW, and what’s
the bit rate? Of course C source code would be appreciated.
On Fri, 14 Jun 2013 16:15:19 -0500, "Ro_ny" <95309@dsprelated> wrote:
>It's my first time here.
>I have no idea in signal processing math but reasonable C programming, and
>need to send data (minimum 2400bps though more is better) thru the audio
>(baseband) section of FM VHF/UHF radio with 12.5KHz channel spacing thru
>8KHz linear PCM. In the transmitter after my connection point there’s
>300-3000Hz bandpass filter.
>There’s no space for an external dedicated modem chip and thus need to
>implement it within the MCU of the main app (without FPU, though it can be
>Will H-CPM for example be optimal and feasible for this BW, and what’s
>the bit rate? Of course C source code would be appreciated.