[Coco] Finding which software is not in archives

Neal Crook foofoobedoo at gmail.com
Tue Dec 13 03:17:28 EST 2016

SWTPC = South West Technical Products, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SWTPC,
an early designer/promoter of 68xx systems
The FuFu disk is almost certainly for the FLEX operating system,

I suspect a lot of programs that were originally written in 6809 assembler
got retargeted from FLEX to OS9 as the former's influence waned in favour
of the latter.

If you have FLEX disk images that you want to inspect or manipulate you may
be interested in


On 13 December 2016 at 03:55, Barry Nelson <barry.nelson at amobiledevice.com>

> I downloaded that disk and I could not figure out how to use it either. I
> tried listing the directory of it using many different formats also, with
> no success. Can you post a link to your Dynastar disk?
> > Mathieu Bouchard matju at artengine.ca  <mailto:coco%40maltedmedia.com
> ?Subject=Re%3A%20%5BCoco%5D%20Finding%20which%20software%
> 20is%20not%20in%20archives&In-Reply-To=%3Calpine.DEB.2.00.
> 1612122239100.29169%40artengine.ca%3E>
> > Mon Dec 12 22:48:36 EST 2016
> > I never expected to find the disk of an app inside the emulator folder
> of a
> > folder for manuals. What's the point ? I don't know what is SWTPC nor
> what's a
> > FuFu disk but I bet none of those have anything to do with what Dynastar
> is. Am
> > I wrong ?
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