[Coco] Coco SDC Explorer 0.21

Guillaume Major guillaume.major at gmail.com
Tue Nov 1 23:07:44 EDT 2016


if you mount SDCX in drive 1, it will stay there after running a program 
because SDCX uses drive 0 to mount disks. After running the first program, 
all you have to do is type LOADM"SDCX:1":EXEC (or RUN"SDCX:1", there is a 
SDCX.BAS file on the disk) to run SDCX again.


"Nick Marentes" <nickma at optusnet.com.au> a écrit 
dans le message de 
news:2c8328e7-767f-479f-f92c-51e3eb1cdd84 at optusnet.com.au...
> On 2/11/2016 12:05 PM, Bill Pierce via Coco wrote:
>> Also, there's a program from Rainbow (have to look) that boots any 
>> program from the DOS cmd. If you use HDBDOS, then there the AUTOEXEC 
>> option. Just rename it to AUTOEXEC and it will run on startup. Or in this 
>> case, create a BASIC file named autoexec and have "10 
>> LOADM"SDCX:1":EXEC". It would be a one lie basic program and only take up 
>> 1 gran on your developer disk.
>> Bill Pierce
>> "Charlie stole the handle, and the train it won't stop going, no way to 
>> slow down!" - Ian Anderson - Jethro Tull
> I don't think people are understanding what I mean. Try running two 
> separate m/l games from 2 separate DSK's in succession without power down.
> You'll see what I mean.
> Darren has a suggestion to use the Flash banks. I'll have to explore this.
> Nick
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