[Coco] Fw: Motorola 68 K , information about SCSI hard disk back up
computerdoc at sc.rr.com
Mon May 30 21:23:14 EDT 2016
Whoever can help this individual, please keep me in the loop as I am building an MC68000 SBC and I'd like to run OSK on it. I'm just beginning to build up the PCB, so it will be a little while before it is online. For all the addressing information needed to adapt OSK, please read the following url.
I also need copies of OSK itself if anyone has a copy as well as documentation specific to OSK that's different from OS-9. Thanks in advance.
computerdoc at sc.rr.com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Coco [mailto:coco-bounces at maltedmedia.com] On Behalf Of Francis Swygert
> Sent: Monday, May 30, 2016 7:32 PM
> To: Coco at maltedmedia.com
> Subject: [Coco] Fw: Motorola 68 K , information about SCSI hard disk back up
> I got this request in e-mail. Don't know how he got my name, probably from one of my old magazines? Anyway, this is beyond me --
> I'm not that familiar with OS-9 or OSK. I did run OS-9 from a single SCSI hard drive back in the day, but just one, and I really didn't do
> much with it. That was a LONG time ago!
> If one of you can help, please e-mail this guy directly. No need to clutter up the list with replies, other than to let us (me!) know
> someone is going to contact him. More than one reply (to him) wouldn't hurt... Frank Swygert Fix-It-Frank Handyman Service
> On Monday, May 30, 2016 9:35 AM, remus ghincu <remusghincu at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Good day Mr.Francis SwygertMy Name is Remus Ghincu, i am engineer in electronics, from Romania and i have an old but very nice
> computer Motorola 68k, running an application program ,under the operating system OS9, Ver 2.4.The computer is equipped with a
> SCSI hard disk. From this kind of computers , with the OS 9 operating system i do not know to exist a second one in Romania, so i
> have no one to ask about my problem.
> The computer has a tape unit of the type Viper, SCSI with ID: 2 (defined with bridges on the board unit)and an HD, also SCSI, Seagate,
> with ID: 0 I want to make a backup copy of the hard disk (practically an identical copy of the operating system OS9 and of the
> application program I want to install a new SCSI hard disk, with the ID, for example, 1; and make an identical copy of theoriginal hard
> disk. In the beginning, I will of course format the HD unit.My questions are: 1. How do I inform the operating system that the
> computer has now 2 hard disks?
> 2. What commands from OS9 should I use: backup? or dsave? or fsave?
> 3. Or I can make a copy of the tape unit?How am I supposed I proceed in this case?
> Hoping that with Your help, I will solve my problem, i thank you, and wish you a nice day
> Eng.Remus Ghincu
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