[Coco] NitrOS9 boot disk
gheskett at wdtv.com
Wed Jul 18 20:36:18 EDT 2012
On Wednesday 18 July 2012 20:33:53 Bill did opine:
> I installed them in the directory that houses ALL my Coco disks. And
> everything else runs off the Mac via DriveWire.
> > How much os9 do you now have on your coco?
> I have a 512K Coco 3
> > Does that include an rs-232 serial pack, and a multipack?
> MPI, but no RS232
> > What do you have that can be used as a transfer medium?
> I loaded all my Coco files via Flash drive to the Mac.
> > Do you have HDB-DOS 1.1a or later?
> > Do you have Drivewire and the cable it needs?
> Yes, DriveWire 3 for Mac and cable
Then it seems hdbdos should be able to access it over drivewire. This may
be something that Aaron can address better than I can, as I'm up to here in
an email disaster, seems kmail doesn't like either its inbox, nor its
incoming mail files to be over 2Gb.
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