|WANTED: Microsystems Magazines
Dennis Boone says: > http://anewdomain.net/2013/09/ 19/late-byte-founder-wayne-gree n-visions-vitriol-victory/ > "Wayne Green, died recently at age 91 " but no date on that article... I can bracket it for you. He died September 13, 2013. http://www.arrl.org/news/ham-r adio-publications-pioneer-visio nary-iconoclast-wayne-
|22||3 Months ago24 Nov 2013 11:16 pm|
|P112 kits available
Mark G Thomas says: ...One way to solve the battery problem is replace the battery holder with a solid jumper wire, replace P11 with a 2-pin right-angle header, then wire the battery holder to a 2-pin cable assembly and mount it elsewhere. ...It does LAN to serial, so you can effectively telnet to your p112. I've been
|7||3 Months ago22 Nov 2013 3:57 pm|
|cpmtools definition for UZ180 images?
hperaza65 says: ...UZI180 comes with an utility named ucp that allows you to read/write UZI disk images. Originally written for CP/M, it can be made to compile under Linux, as it uses standard C calls for disk and console I/O (BTW, the same applies for the mkfs and fsck utilities). I have a working version lying ar
|5||3 Months ago21 Nov 2013 8:28 am|
|A New S100 Bus 1MG RAM+EPROM Board
monahan9999 says: For those people that are running CPM or MS-DOS on an S-100 Bus system, I have written up a description and construction notes for the S-100 Bus 1MG RAM + EPROM production board Andrew (at N8VEM) and I have done. Those who have obtained the board may also find it useful. Please see:- http://www.s100
|1||3 Months ago20 Nov 2013 8:32 pm|
|Cpmtools 2.16 Windows Binaries Now Available for Testi…
Bill Buckels says: ...Thanks to everyone who tested my Windows patch for 2.16. It seems to work fine. Michael Haardt has included it in his latest version and a new Windows distro for cpmtools 2.17 is now available: http://www.cpm8680.com/cpmtool s/ Documentation and diskdefs have also been updated. All previous versio
|16||3 Months ago19 Nov 2013 4:15 am|
|Cpmtools Windows Build
Bill Buckels says: ...It all came back to me. Version 2.17 is now available at the following link: http://www.cpm8680.com/cpmtool s/
|7||3 Months ago19 Nov 2013 4:09 am|
|Announcing Cpmtools 2.17 Executables for Windows Users
Bill Buckels says: Cpmtools 2.17 Win32 Executables for Windows Users are now available at the following link: http://www.cpm8680.com/cpmtool s/ Previous versions have been removed. This distro comes in 2 flavours: A Native Windows Version A cygwin (unix-like shell) Version The distribution noted above has the following
|1||3 Months ago19 Nov 2013 3:59 am|
|CP/M Newbie Questions (Emulation and more)
Jack Strangio says: ...My hardware systems have long since gone. My first system was a North Star Horizon which I built from a huge box of components over about 40 hours of soldering and about another 10 hours of mechanical assembly. This started off with North Star DOS and then later used CP/M. Then followed a short-l
|40||3 Months ago19 Nov 2013 3:44 am|
|ANN: DX-Forth 4.00 for CP/M
Ed says: ...Thanks. I implemented this in the 90's and no longer recalled the source of the information (DRI ?). The optimization might be noticeable if the hardware was fast e.g. memory-mapped video. In my case it was only a matter of 6 extra lines of assembler.
|7||4 Months ago15 Nov 2013 12:25 pm|
|Announcing Aztec C80 for Apple II Softcard (and cpmtoo…
Bill Buckels says: Download it Here: http://www.cpm8680.com/applecp m/a2az80.zip The above will run in the AppleWin emulator or on a real Apple II with a SoftCard. More information about CP/M can be found at my website www.cpm8680.com and more information about Aztec C can be found at my website www.aztecmuseum.ca Here
|1||4 Months ago13 Nov 2013 1:40 pm|
|Re: Anything on Bigboard II?
Enrico Lazzerini says: Il Fri, 8 Nov 2013 05:30:20 -0800 (PST), n0hj ha scritto: ...Hello John, I know that the solution I propose is not the best, but at the time it was for me the faster and better and It's working with my ferguson big board and the mainboard Xerox 820-II both . I simply found a way to connect a pair of
|13||4 Months ago08 Nov 2013 6:24 pm|
|P112 useful utilities ???
Torfinn Ingolfsen says: ...Are you aware that you can use cpmtools to copy files to and from disk images? ...The p112 support page has some images (bottom of downloads page), but I haven't checked what programs they contain yet. If you need a file transfer program, kermit is available. Hope this helps. References:
|2||4 Months ago07 Nov 2013 5:19 pm|
|cpmtools diskdefs for Kaypro, Northstar, Osborne, ATT/…
tburnxxx says: ...Thank you! Anyone have others they've worked out? Here are two entries for Lobo Max-80 8" CP/M for both 2.2 and 3.0. The disks were mine and were kindly read in at my request by Dave Dunfield. The images themselves are on both Dave Dunfield's site as well as Tim Mann's. diskdef lobo2 seclen 256 t
|2||4 Months ago29 Oct 2013 8:52 pm|
|Vintage Computer Forums
Gene Buckle says: To: Mr. Emmanuel Roche, France Mr. wrote: ...It's not a blog. It's a dirt-common forum system, used by probably a few hundred thousand (if not more) websites. ...Yeah, good luck with that. You have this ugly habit of talking down to people that could take a gunshot to the head and still be smarter t
|6||4 Months ago29 Oct 2013 2:47 pm|
|Prototype S100 Boards for 80386 CPU with 8 or 32MB Sta…
monahan9999 says: Just an update for those following these new S100 boards Andrew (at N8VEM), others and I (at S100Computers.com) have been constructing.... I have just finished initial tests of three new prototype boards An 80386 CPU master/slave CPU board. an 8 MB Static RAM board and a 32MB static RAM board. The R
|1||4 Months ago29 Oct 2013 1:05 am|
|A New S-100 bus 80286 Master/Slave CPU baord
monahan9999 says: ...I really see this board as a fast 8086 board -- and as a stepping stone to more complex S100 bus boards. I am currently just finishing up an 80386 S-100 bus CPU board (along with 8 & 32 MB static RAM boards) that will allow much more programming flexibility. Has real and protected mode EEPROM mon
|3||4 Months ago28 Oct 2013 4:48 pm|
|cpmtools trouble with Toshiba T-100 images
Steven Hirsch says: ...I didn't think you were. I was simply wondering if you wanted a copy pending its availability at a public site.
|16||4 Months ago23 Oct 2013 10:21 pm|
|Cpmtools diskdefs for Bondwell 12 & 14
Michael Haardt says: ...Thanks, I'll include those in the next release as well. Michael
|5||5 Months ago17 Oct 2013 5:34 pm|
|SORD M23 CP/M OS
Mr. Emmanuel Roche, Fran… says: ...Just a few remarks: 1) He responded to a request for a copy of the CP/M system disk for the SORD M23 micro published... 5 years ago! As usual, he found this message while doing a Google search, and did not realize that his message would be published world-wide... 2) This did not prevent him from
|15||5 Months ago13 Oct 2013 11:27 am|
|Teledisk TD0 Problem
Mr. Emmanuel Roche, Fran… says: Question: Is anybody, out there, in the USA, preferably on the Pacific Coast, who could read some standard Digital Research 8" and 5-1/4" "distribution disks", and send me their contents in ZIP files? Yours Sincerely, Mr. Emmanuel Roche, France
|12||5 Months ago12 Oct 2013 7:17 pm|
|Building CP/M for Apple II Softcard ... how?
Holger Petersen says: ...I can't help.. ...But the original Microsoft-Version of "M80" which shipped with the Softcard (and or the FORTRAN-Version for it) had an extension to use a pseudo-op (besides .8080 and .z80) of .6502 and after it you could (had to :-) use 6502-mnemonics. I might still have such a FORTRAN-Disk bur
|7||5 Months ago12 Oct 2013 2:52 pm|
|My Sperry UTS-30 CP/M system is now functional again
retrogear says: I've had in my possesion for 20+ years a pair of Sperry UTS-30 terminals. One has a module that interfaces it as a Uniscope terminal and the other has a module to interface it to a pair of 720k 96tpi floppy drives. These have been in storage for over 10 years because they were in-operable. The keybo
|1||5 Months ago11 Oct 2013 2:40 pm|
|Has anybody an usable description of using Anadisk for…
David Griffith says: ...He was very easy to work with when I submitted patches to support the new P112 disk format.
|9||5 Months ago05 Oct 2013 8:49 pm|
|analyzing cp/m 3 serialization routine
retrogear says: Mr Schorn recommended I try PuTTY as a telnet client which captures output to the clipboard so here is the entire boot, build and execute of DRI's ser30.com: Connected to the Altair 8800 (Z80) simulator Serial Input Output SIO device, line 0 LDRBIOS3 v1.07 27-Jun-2010 CP/M V3.0 Loader V1.00 18-Jan-2
|6||5 Months ago05 Oct 2013 1:55 am|
|Re: TDL / Xitan Computer
monahan9999 says: ...Also see here:- http://www.s100computers.com/H ardware%20Folder/TDL/History/TD L%20History.htm
|1||5 Months ago29 Sep 2013 4:27 am|
|PCBs available for home brew Z8S180 based CP/M computer
gm1mqe says: ...Are any of these boards left? I am in Scotland so it would be air mail. Cheers, Andy Norrie
|2||5 Months ago28 Sep 2013 5:02 pm|
|chaining submit files
John Elliott says: ... I wonder if the three were separated because of limited disk space on the drive used to build; each .SUB file builds a number of programs on drive J:, and then deletes the intermediate files. Under CP/M 3, SUBMIT files can be nested, but each nesting will load its own copy of the GET RSX, occupy
|10||5 Months ago27 Sep 2013 7:26 pm|
|Re: TDL / Xitan Computer
steven.feinsmith says: ...I am interesting TDL as described above. Are you still have it? Thanks
|1||5 Months ago25 Sep 2013 6:38 pm|
|Embedding z80pack's cpmsim
Roger Ivie says: ...I am familiar with z80pack, but haven't used any of the networking features.
|2||5 Months ago25 Sep 2013 3:16 pm|
|Host site for newly-liberated CP/M software?
Alan Laughton says: ...Try http://www.retroarchive.org/
|2||6 Months ago22 Sep 2013 2:33 am|
|much enhanced z-80 assembler now available
gp2k00 says: I've made an update to zmac. The source code is now in a single directory, the Makefile is more portable and there are some minor fixes in the documentation. The link again, for easy reference: http://members.shaw.ca/gp2000/ zmac.html
|36||6 Months ago18 Sep 2013 4:59 pm|
|Tesseract collection update
Ed says: ...Looks good! If, for whatever reason, anyone wishes to keep the original keymapping, here are the patches required to restore them: File: BNKBDOS3.SPR (ZPM3FIX.ARC, Tesseract vol88) offset old new 0BC1 5A 6F 0BE5 C7 5A 0BE7 6F C7 (If using SID etc to patch the file, add 100h to the offsets shown a
|52||6 Months ago13 Sep 2013 1:01 am|
|AT&T Uverse blocking www.schorn.ch ?
tburnxxx says: ...Thank you. I was just making sure it wasn't my problem somehow. It's not like you can get any real help or get the situation reversed in any way. AT&T has insulated themselves from their customer base much too well for any of that "nuisance" stuff. It's time to find a new ISP. The automated phone
|3||6 Months ago11 Sep 2013 6:42 pm|
|Took another shot at importing ZPM over CP/M 3.1 on Ap…
Steve Nickolas says: ...Yeah. Manages to get 56K useful contiguous RAM for a standard CP/M 2.2 or 3.1 environment, which isn't TOO bad. ...Probably. I just happen to have a knockoff Softcard and the emulators I use also emulate the Softcard. It's not that I want CP/M 3 - I have it ~.^ as well as I have 2.2 - I just want
|11||6 Months ago11 Sep 2013 1:19 pm|
|SIG/M volume 226
Tesseract says: Does anyone know of a complete archive of this volume? All the ones I can find are missing most of the files, containing just 12 of the 58 catalogue entries.
|1||6 Months ago10 Sep 2013 11:49 am|
|Creating CPM3.SYS for MYZ80 ?
Ed says: ...Thanks for the link. I tracked down the problem. When I said "Everything assembled without error" that of course was wrong. Had I been more observant I would have noticed LINK reporting @MULTIO was unresolved. For reasons known only to the author he renames the DRI standard symbol @MLTIO with @MU
|4||6 Months ago10 Sep 2013 7:49 am|
|WTB: Northstar floppy controller board
Namachari says: Hi everyone, This may be a long shot, but I'm in need of a Northstar S-100 floppy disk controller card. They made a few different models, but I think anything is fine for my needs. Much thanks in advance Philip
|1||6 Months ago10 Sep 2013 1:38 am|
|Help/Ideas needed for floppy drive repair (belt) ...
ldkraemer says: Peter, I also found this information: http://www.retrotechnology.com /herbs_stuff/drivebelts.html http://www.kenselectronics.com /lists/belts.htm#Flat http://www.kenselectronics.com /index.html Looks as if the best way to go is to locate a used drive somewhere. Larry
|5||6 Months ago08 Sep 2013 8:54 pm|
dott.Piergiorgio says: Il 06/09/2013 22:07, David Griffith ha scritto: ...whose means that people can be reasonably confident that sooner or later a good chunk of the rlee paper manuals will be online. No haste from my side, though. Best regards from Italy, dott. Piergiorgio.
|13||6 Months ago07 Sep 2013 9:11 am|