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Siemens Simatic PG 675

http://imgur.com/wmgIbsr

This is a programming device for Siemens S5 automation systems.

I'm looking for (P)CP/M-86 boot or test disk images.

The ones for its sibling, the PG 685, don't work.

Robert

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Robert,
I've located the following files on the .RAW Images:

cpmls -f sie1 PG685-1.RAW
0:
back.cmd
ccp.cmd
date.cmd
ddt86.cmd
device.cmd
dir.cmd
dskmaint.cmd
dump86.cmd
ed.cmd
erase.cmd
extern.cmd
genrsx.cmd
get.cmd
getrsx.rsx
hdpark.cmd
hdparty.cmd
help.cmd
help.hlp
initdir.cmd
intern.cmd
patch86.cmd
pcpm.sys
pip.cmd
put.cmd
putrsx.rsx
read.me
rename.cmd
set.cmd
setdef.cmd
show.cmd
stop.cmd
submit.cmd
type.cmd


cpmls -f sie1 PG685-2.RAW
0:
s5.cmd
s5ddzf18.ver
s5kds02x.cmd
s5ods01x.cmd
s5ods02x.cmd
s5ods03x.cmd
s5ods0ax.cmd
s5ods0bx.cmd
s5ods0cx.cmd
s5ods0dx.cmd
s5wx000h.cmd
s5wx001h.cmd
s5wx002h.cmd
s5wx100x.cmd
s5wx101x.cmd
s5wx300x.cmd
s5xxmo1x.dat
s5xxmo2x.dat
s5xxmo3x.dat


cpmls -f sie1 PG685-3.RAW
0:
s5.cmd
s5ddzf28.ver
s5kds02x.cmd
s5ods01x.cmd
s5ods02x.cmd
s5wx000h.cmd
s5wx001h.cmd
s5wx002h.cmd
s5wx100x.cmd
s5wx200x.cmd
s5wx201x.cmd
s5wx202x.cmd
s5wx203x.cmd
s5wx204x.cmd
s5wx300x.cmd
s5xxmo1x.dat
s5xxmo2x.dat
s5xxmo3x.dat


cpmls -f sie1 PG685-4.RAW
0:
s5dds518.ver
s5pds01x.cmd
s5pds07x.cmd
s5pds08x.cmd


cpmls -f sie1 PG685-5.RAW
0:
s5dds528.ver
s5konver.cmd
s5pds03x.cmd
s5pds04x.cmd
s5pds05x.cmd


PG685-6.RAW

00000000   53 49 45 4D  45 4E 53 20  47 57 4B 2D  51 50 47 31  SIEMENS GWK-QPG1
00000010   20 20 20 50  47 20 36 38  35 20 20 20  20 20 20 20     PG 685
00000020   54 45 53 54  44 49 53 4B  45 54 54 45  20 20 20 20  TESTDISKETTE


cpmls -f sie1 SCPM16.RAW0:
ccp.cmd
date.cmd
ddt86.cmd
device.cmd
dir.cmd
disk.cmd
dos.cmd
erase.cmd
hdmaint.cmd
hdpark.cmd
pcpm.sys
pip.cmd
read.me
rename.cmd
set.cmd
setdef.cmd
submit.cmd
type.cmd

cpmls -f sie1 SCPM26.RAW
0:
s5.cmd
s5kxs02x.cmd
s5oxs01x.cmd
s5oxs0ax.cmd
s5oxs0bx.cmd
s5oxs0cx.cmd
s5oxs0dx.cmd
s5oxs0fx.cmd
s5wx100x.cmd
s5wx101x.cmd
s5wx200x.cmd
s5wx201x.cmd
s5wx202x.cmd
s5wx203x.cmd
s5wx204x.cmd
s5wx300x.cmd
s5xxmo1x.dat
s5xxmo2x.dat
s5xxmo3x.dat


cpmls -f sie1 SCPM36.RAW
0:
s5od601x.dat
s5od602x.dat
s5od603x.dat
s5od604x.dat
s5od605x.dat
s5od606x.dat
s5od607x.dat
s5ox601x.cmd
s5ox602x.cmd
s5ox603x.cmd
s5ox604x.cmd
s5ox605x.cmd
s5ox606x.cmd
s5ox607x.cmd
s5pds06x.dat
s5pxs06x.cmd


cpmls -f sie1 SCPM46.RAW
0:
aendern.txt
date.cmd
ddt86.cmd
hdmaint.cmd
hdpark.cmd
read.me
s5pds02x.cmd
submit.cmd


cpmls -f sie1 SCPM56.RAW
0:
s5ddbpx8.ver
s5pxs01x.cmd
s5pxs03x.cmd
s5pxs04x.cmd
s5pxs05x.cmd
s5pxs08x.cmd
s5wx001h.cmd
s5wx002h.cmd


cpmls -f sie1 SCPM66.RAW
0:
progda.cmd
progda.txt
s5kds01x.dat
s5kds02x.dat
s5konver.cmd
s5ods01x.dat
s5ods02x.dat
s5ods03x.dat
s5ods0ax.dat
s5ods0bx.dat
s5ods0cx.dat
s5ods0dx.dat
s5ods0fx.dat
s5ods0hx.dat
s5ods0ix.dat
s5oxs02x.cmd
s5oxs03x.cmd
s5oxs0hx.cmd
s5oxs0ix.cmd
s5pds01x.dat
s5pds03x.dat
s5pds04x.dat
s5pds05x.dat
s5pds08x.dat
s5wx000h.cmd


Larry
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Larry
11/4/2016 2:09:16 AM
The problem I see, is that you will require a Floppy Drive that is 80 Track
DS/DD, as some of the files are 80 Tracks Double Sided.

Larry
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Larry
11/4/2016 2:18:49 AM
Am 04.11.2016 um 03:18 schrieb Larry Kraemer:
> The problem I see, is that you will require a Floppy Drive that is 80 Tra=
ck
> DS/DD, as some of the files are 80 Tracks Double Sided.
>
> Larry
>
Hi Larry, thanks for the intensive research, also in private email.

I am well covered for the PG 685 and its 80 track/side floppies. The 
images from

http://oldcomputers.dyndns.org/public/pub/rechner/siemens/index.html

can be written back reliably using a standard 1.2MB HD drive.

As these PCs are specialised programming equipment that do not conform 
to IBM standard, I can't just plop in an 80 track drive, I need the 
special test disk and boot disk for the PG 675.

I had put some hope in the files from the PCPM directory of above link, 
but they're also 80 track (per side).

Back to square 1.

Robert

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rfka01
11/4/2016 6:52:40 AM
Am 04.11.2016 um 07:52 schrieb rfka01:
> Am 04.11.2016 um 03:18 schrieb Larry Kraemer:
>> The problem I see, is that you will require a Floppy Drive that is 80
>> Track
>> DS/DD, as some of the files are 80 Tracks Double Sided.
>>
>> Larry
>>
> Hi Larry, thanks for the intensive research, also in private email.
>
> I am well covered for the PG 685 and its 80 track/side floppies. The
> images from
>
> http://oldcomputers.dyndns.org/public/pub/rechner/siemens/index.html
>
> can be written back reliably using a standard 1.2MB HD drive.
>
> As these PCs are specialised programming equipment that do not conform
> to IBM standard, I can't just plop in an 80 track drive, I need the
> special test disk and boot disk for the PG 675.
>
> I had put some hope in the files from the PCPM directory of above link,
> but they're also 80 track (per side).
>
> Back to square 1.
>
> Robert
>
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Quick correction: The files from the PCPM directory are indeed 40 tracks 
(bleary eyed me in the morning, sorry), but are a PCP/M distribution for 
an IBM compatible, e.g. the Sicomp PC16-05.
So no dice either.

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