Can cp/m 86 run cp/m 80 software ??
just wondering if the cp/m for the 8086 can run software for the 8080 and
z80 computers ??
On Sun, 10 Jul 2005 01:21:57 -0000, in
<email@example.com>, "molla barzani"
>just wondering if the cp/m for the 8086 can run software for the 8080 and
>z80 computers ??
On Sun, 10 Jul 2005, molla barzani wrote:
> just wondering if the cp/m for the 8086 can run software for the 8080 and
> z80 computers ??
No. It is however much more trivial to code a CP/M-80 emulator for
CP/M-86 (and if you're running one of ...running CP/M-86 on qemu
Has anyone had any success running CP/M-86 under QEMU? I am unable to get
the boot floppy recognised as a valid boot disk. Boots fine on a *real*
...5 1/4 Compupro boot disk for CP/M-86 and CP/M 2.2
Anybody have a 5 1/4 boot disk for Compupro CP/M-86 and 2.2? If not,
ideas on where I can get them?
>Anybody have a 5 1/4 boot disk for Compupro CP/M-86 and 2.2? If not,
>ideas on where I can get them?
I have an original 2-disk set of Compupro CP/M-86 on 8"
disks. Unfortunately I don't have a 5.25" set, however is it
possible to configure a dual-drive type system and make
a 5.25" boot disk after booting from the 8"?
I would be interested in any Compupro CP/M-86 copies
you dig up, either 5.25" or 8" - I have a System with the
CPU 86/87, Disk-1A, Interfacer-4 and RAM - with the
boards configured exactly as described in the "how to
get going in 5mins" section, the system goes through all
the motions of booting (recalibrates to track-0, reads a
bit, steps to track-1, reads a bit and then seeks out to
the middle of the disk).
As far as I can tell, it is actually booting, however I do not
get any serial data activity on any of the Interfacer-4 ports.
I do note that the RS-232 control signals RTS/DTR do come
up at the point where the system steps out to track-1, so it
would appear that something is initializing the ports.
I haven't had a chance to look at it in detail yet, but I'd guess
that either I have a problem with the Interfacer-4, or the CP/M
disks that I have are configured for a non-default address (the
disks didn't come from the same source as the system). It
would ...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...WANTED: CBASIC-86 for CP/M-86
Is anybody out there
who has a copy of CBASIC-86 v2.08
(the "pseudo" compiler version, not CB-86)
for CP/M-86? (The CP/M 2.2 version is
available on the Internet.)
According to one book, the files are named
and they were available for "CP/M-86,
DEC, and IBM PC"...
I need them for a programming project.
...CP/M, CP/M+, PCP/M, MP/M, & Z-System
Please excuse my inexcuseable ignorance, but could someone please tell
me *exactly* what CP/M+ & PCP/M do that CP/M 2.2 doesn't?
I know CP/M+ can handle tons of ram, but how much, and is it really
Is PCP/M really just menu driven CP/M+?
What does Z-System add?
Is MP/M an OS by it's self, or can it be added to CP/M+ or PCP/M?
Can any of these multitask?
I would also like some detailed info about T/Maker III, supposedly a
combination word proceccor, database & spreadsheet, and "Write Hand
Man" (I may not have the name write) a set of memory resident
access...Running an OS for the sake of running the OS
One of Edwins favorite trolls is to claim that no one should run a OS as an end
in itself when someone mentions that his beloved POS PC can't even run OSX.
This has always amused me since the operating system very much sets the
standard for every application that runs atop it.
With Tiger, this has become very apparent.
OS X gives the user a system wide search that searches just about everything in
the computer. Any application can incorporate this into the application
OS X gives every application the ability to tap into Core Audio, Core Image and
OS X gives the user powerful tools such as Automator to enhance and simplify
the repetitive tasks one must do with other operating systems.
OS X ships with a built in dictionary and thesaurus.
OS X ships with a built in and system wide spell checker.
OS X has a .Mac frameworks which means that contacts, bookmarks, calendars can
be synced via .Mac with multiple computers, and third party applications can
use the same functionality.
OS X ships with H.264, which is a supreme video codec. Windows still can't
handle mpeg4 out of the box (unless some late WMP update has changed that).
And so on. These are all reasons why it's better to have OSX running under your
application than having Windows.
In article <mr-15B2D6.firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
> OS X has a .Mac frameworks which means that contacts, bookmarks, calendars can
> be synced ...Cp/m 86
I have an old 286 (8mhz) IBM PC with 1mb ram and a 20mb HD that I would
like to use as a CP/M system. Can I run CP/M 86 on this? If so where
would I get it? The PC does not have a CD so I would have to transfer
it to floppy to install it. If I can't use 86, is there a good cp/m
emulator that would run on this machine? I would prefer not to use an
emulator and just have the machine be a cp/m machine and not have dos
Bill H - www.ts1000.us
Yes; the IBM-PC version of CP/M-86 should run on that machine, I think.
Otherwise you would have to look for a BIOS for a PC compatbile syste...CP/M Before CP/M 1.4
I have received 2 messages from one of my correspondents.
Since they are historical, I am publishing some excerpts below.
(Note: CP/M was announced to the public in 1976, in an advertisement publis=
hed in "Dr. Dobb's Journal", and a demonstration made to the "Homebrew Comp=
uter Club". IMSAI CP/M Version 1.33 was offered the 20 July 1977. Finally, =
CP/M 1.4, the last 8" version, was released in 1978. Those were 2 hectic ye=
ars. I have often wondered why nobody has thought of scanning those very fi=
rst advertisements, since there are collectors of early microcomputer magaz=
ines? Alas, the infamous "Erik S. Klein" does not answer my messages: yet, =
he seems to have a good collection of those... What a pity!)
Mr. Emmanuel Roche, France
I do remember a very few things from the very early days.
CP/M 1.0 was prototypical. That is, it was never used on anything but a few=
prototype 8080 machines. It was very buggy.
CP/M 1.1 was basically a bug fix and was never officially released.
CP/M 1.2 was again a bug fix, but was released by Gary to a few select indi=
viduals as a beta. I was lucky enough to be among them. The actual version =
I had was 1.21. This version was stable (sort of) but had no real BIOS asso=
ciated with it. The 36 i/o steps at boot time made the computer smart enoug=
h to access the paper tape reader in r/o mode only. The paper tape then loa=
ded the BIOS into RAM, wh...Any Televideo CP/M or C128 CP/M users here?
Hello! First post to this ng for me. I am a long time C= owner and have
dabbled with the 128's CP/M mode in the 80's, but as a kid back then I
had no exposure to any usable software for this mode. As an adult now I
am revisitng it a bit. I've also bought a decent Televideo system that
runs with the replacement HD I put in it, but crashes after it gets
warm. I suspect I need to replace dried out capacitors. What's nice
about the televideo is it came with the original manuals:-)
Just curious if there are many CP/M(Z80) users here. Reading back a
little bit looks like most here a...Concurrent CP/M-86
The following URL leads to a Japanese site which has PDF's available for
download of CCPM users guide, CCPM programmers guide, and CCPM system guide.
Maybe someone will find them useful.
...So you have CP/M running, what now?
I have been loading CP/M on many different devices, from FPGA's to the emulators I wrote, and I see the Z80 as a good option of a core to embed on FPGA's and CP/M as a good option of system to act as infrastructure to microcontrollers.
But what else?
What other uses you guys see? What other applications are you running right now?
I just ask because I am willing to do some improvements to my Arduino and FPGA implementations.
Implement banking so you can run CP/M 3 and MP/M and TurboDOS.
Try to get FUZIX running, try to get RTOS running.
Impl...Re: Cp/m 86
On 2005-12-11 "Bill H." said:
> I have an old 286 (8mhz) IBM PC with 1mb ram and a 20mb HD that I
> would like to use as a CP/M system. Can I run CP/M 86 on this?
>If so where would I get it?
> The PC does not have a CD so I would have to transfer it to floppy
> to install it.
No problem. The disk image (downloadable from the link above)
is for a floppy disk.
> If I can't use 86, is there a good cp/m emulator that would run on
> this machine? I would prefer not to use an emul...Hardware needed to run CPM
Just an abstract idea here so please bare with me..
What are the minimum hardware requirements to run cpm? And are they actually
Such as the CPU ( obviously ), RS232, memory map in addreses xyz,
interrupts, etc. etc.
My thought is perhaps a simple FPGA dev board could be used to recreate a
suitable machine to use, on a small budget and in a small form factor.
Even a '99 dollar special' should be large enough for a soft z80 and ram,
and many have enough built-in ports to get by ( like vga, parallel, ps/2 )
I've been looking for a FPGA project idea, and wo...CP/M 86 on CD?
Has anyone tried or been successful in creating an ISO image of a CP/M
86 boot floppy and then create a bootable CD from this image?
On Mar 25, 5:35 am, "Bill H" <b...@ts1000.us> wrote:
> Has anyone tried or been successful in creating an ISO image of a CP/M
> 86 boot floppy and then create a bootable CD from this image?
> Bill H
I haven't been successful...
I tried a bootable 3 1/2 diskette [feat144] as a 1.44 floppy diskette
emulation source, but Roxio Easy CD Creator 5 couldn't handle reading
it. Apparently, trying to read it as a msDos Dis...How do I run cp/m on windows me ?
I used to run cp/m games on an older pc. Having trackd down a dowload of
cp/m games I wanted to try them out on my windows me system, for old times
sake, but don't know what program/complier to use to start them. Excuse me
if the answer is of the "bleeding obvious, mate" type, but I don't know how
to run them. They have a .bas ending.
"Anntheatrical" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I used to run cp/m games on an older pc. Having trackd down a dowload of
> cp/m games I w...Re: I am trying to syncronize Two M series PXI 6281 boards using the PXI 1042 chasis using the Real time controller PXI8187, I could not find any exmaples whihc i could run any help
I am attempting to do essentialy the same thing. I would like to synchronize two 6281 that are running on a PXI-1036.
I am very new to LabVIEW, and very green at creating vi's. If someone could give me some baby-steps to getting the two DAQ's syncrhronized to collect AI (differential) from each DAQ, that would be great!
...CP/M Software Library from the CP/M User Group (UK) ?
It's the CP/M Software Library from the CP/M User Group (UK), available somewhere?
Floppy Software wrote:
> Hi all!
> It's the CP/M Software Library from the CP/M User Group (UK), available somewhere?
Recently searched for this myself without luck. Only found catalog listings
online. They had stuff that was unique such as STOIC support and programs.
>>> Is the CP/M Software Library from the CP/M User Group (UK), available
I once found an archive of the Dutch CP/M User Group. Se...Inform interpreter for Z80 CP/M? (CP/M 3.0)
Is there an Inform interpreter available for CP/M 2.2 or CP/M 3.0?
It would be really sweet to play .Z5 or .Z8 games on the CP/M mode of
the C-128 (especially in 80 column mode).
In article <email@example.com>,
>Is there an Inform interpreter available for CP/M 2.2 or CP/M 3.0?
First, there is no such thing as an "Inform interpreter." Inform
is a development system for generating binaries for the Z-machine.
If you want to run those binaries, you need an implementation of
the Z-machine. Suc...Why use DOSBox on OS/2::eCS?
I see that someone/someseveral is/are working to perfect DOSBox
for OS/2, which is kind of them but leaves me puzzled. OS/2 is
already well equipped to handle DOS applications. So is DOSBox
more than an intellectual exercise or does it fill a real need?
> So is DOSBox more than an intellectual exercise or does it
> fill a real need?
All of the above! :-)
Users of OS/2 may have an excellent DOS compatibility. Nevertheless
some apps won't work, we may want to remain compatible with other
OS'es, and the state of DOS is frozen compared to modern pc's. For
example, OS/2 has no setting to override the free MB's of harddisk
space, while a DOS app may fail to install because it exceeds 1 GB
or a single data file exceeds 2 GB (*). Or you may want to set the
date to <Y2K without having to patch a lot of apps, and so on. I'm
not desperately waiting for DOSBox/2, but I can image there's a
need for it, albeit OS/2's DOS support isn't that bad compared to
other OS'es. And it may provide a few bells&whistles, e.g. AVI
capturing without having to resort to a working DOS TSR solution.
In article <Xns98E3C579E8DD681911@22.214.171.124>
firstname.lastname@example.org "ML" writes:
> > So is DOSBox more than an intellectual exercise or does it
> > fill a real need?
> All of the above! :-)
Thanks for the explanation. I can see how such extra fine tuning
of the ...CP/M-86 for IBM PC
I have a really perfect early issue of an IBM-PC with monitor (like 10
million other people), with all the industrially-bound books, etc.
But my dad didn't use CP/M, but MSDOS.
Can anyone point me to where I might find the CP/M system on floppy for
this thing? I've looked around, ebay, blah blah, but can't seem to
find one. Surely someone sells old copies of this?
> I have a really perfect early issue of an IBM-PC with monitor (like 10
> million other people), with all the industrially-bound books, etc.
> But my dad didn't use CP/M,...CP/M-86 floppy image
I have a 3,5 inch 1,4mb floppy that I use to boot my PC into CP/M-86 for the
IBM PC and IBM PC XT Version 1.1
It uses the brilliant drivers made by Freek Heite.
I like to put an image of this disk on my website.
Until now I have not found a program that is able to make an image of this
Help is greatly appreciated.
On 11/08/2011 11:46 AM, Henk Siewert wrote:
> I have a 3,5 inch 1,4mb floppy that I use to boot my PC into CP/M-86 for the
> IBM PC and IBM PC XT Version 1.1
> It uses the brilliant drivers made by Freek Heite.
> I like to put ...ame86 emulator for cp/m-86
I've found the source of the emulator and make some changes. The
emulator was for a dec rainbow and won't run on pc's. In the moment
only a few programs run.
You can find it here: http://www.rwilcken.de/cpm/ame86.zip
Please have a look at the 'readme'
Your comments are welcome.
> I've found the source of the emulator and make some changes. The
> emulator was for a dec rainbow and won't run on pc's. In the moment
> only a few programs run.
> You can find it here: http://www.rwilcken.de/cpm/ame86.zip
> Pl...FA: CP/M 86 Guide