[Coco] What ever Happened to NineServer ?
coco at jechar.ca
coco at jechar.ca
Tue Jun 5 07:55:51 EDT 2018
I have made some progress, I now get a window opening but when I try to
type into a shell in that window the coco completely crashes to
All relevant details below.
A. My inetd.conf
# inetd configuration file format:
# ListenPort <server opts>,Process,Params
# valid server options are: telnet auth protect banner
6810 telnet protect banner,login,
B. The script I am running from term to try to start the z shell.
display 1b 20 02 0 0 50 18 07 02 02 >/n6
xmode /n6 eko=1
C. The modules in memory at the time.
Module Directory at 08:24:13
REL Boot Krn KrnP2 IOMan Init
RBF rbdw3 dw3 X0 X1 X2
X3 XF RBSuper lltc3 llide 02
IH 0T DD rb1773 D0 D1
SCF VTIO KeyDrv SndDrv JoyDrv CoGrf
Term W W1 W2 W3 W4
W5 W6 W7 W8 W9 W10
W11 W12 scdwv N N1 N2
N3 N4 scdwn N5 N6 N7
N8 N9 MIDI Z1 Z2 Z3
Z4 Z5 Z6 Z7 scdwp p
PipeMan Piper Pipe Clock Clock2 GrfDrv
Shell Date DeIniz Echo Iniz Link
Load Save Unlink Attr Build Copy
Del Deldir Dir Display List MakDir
MDir Merge Mfree Procs Rename TMode
cls Wtype type WCreate
Note I added an EMPTY line either side of the SCF group to make it stand
Notes about my modules - scdwn was added so DW4MAN would work.
- dd 01 and 0T are master drive partitions.
- rb1773 D0 and D1 could be removed
(for more memory) as I have no multipack.
- IH is the discriptor that allows me to
edit the OS9Boot file for the IDE hard drive.
Hope this helps.
On 2018-06-04 20:17, Bill Pierce via Coco wrote:
> Yes, originally Aaron was using the "/Nx" descriptors but there was a
> lot of confusion. The "/MIDI" is a descriptor within itself and named
> as such. Actually, it is "/N14" just renamed as MIDI can only be
> translated through virtual channel N14.
> The "/Zx" series is dedicated to the virtual terminal modes, though
> they use the same driver (scdwv.dr). I think it was Aaron's intention
> to eventually create a new dedicated "Z" driver with a more robust
> command set and proabably would have included graphics.
> Bill Pierce
> "Charlie stole the handle, and the train it won't stop going, no way
> to slow down!" - Ian Anderson - Jethro Tull
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> From: coco <coco at jechar.ca>
> To: CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts <coco at maltedmedia.com>
> Sent: Mon, Jun 4, 2018 2:52 pm
> Subject: Re: [Coco] What ever Happened to NineServer ?
> I thought those were just for MIDI so I had not installed them yet.I
> will add them to my boot changeing references like N5 to Z5 perhaps
> the Youtube refers to an older version where N is used rather then Z.
> I will update you about my progress tomorrow.On 2018-06-04 13:16, Bill
> Pierce via Coco wrote:> If you are referring to just running a NitrOS9
> terminal window on the> PC with the Coco as the server using DW4, then
> yes, it's still there.> First you need the "/Zx" desriptors along with
> the "scdwv.dr" (as well> as normal dw boot stuff)> Boot NitrOS9 with
> DW4 access. Type "shell /Zx&". x being the Z window> number (Z1-Z8).
> And yes, include the ampersand.> At this point, an 80x24 text window
> should appear on your PC in which> you have access to the Coco &
> NitrOS9. You can run programs and such,> but no graphics.> > > > > >
> Bill Pierce> "Charlie stole the handle, and the train it won't stop
> going, no way> to slow down!" - Ian Anderson - Jethro Tull> > My Music
> from the Tandy/Radio Shack Color Computer 2 & 3>
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> From: coco <coco at jechar.ca>> To: Coco List <coco at maltedmedia.com>>
> Sent: Mon, Jun 4, 2018 9:23 am> Subject: [Coco] What ever Happened to
> NineServer ?> > I seem to remember popping a Nitros9 Window onto the
> drivewire server> it was very neat. There is a Youtube video>
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7C-QvdX2bNQ I cannot find the disk I>
> had made that did than so I was trying to do it again from the>
> youtube video. It does not work and I get a error 221 - Module not>
> found. I do have n5 Is Nine server still supported by drive wire, I>
> herd a rummer that that It was going to be a separate program. I
> can> use either Nitros9 3.02.9 or 3.03 - 2014 or 3.03 Daily Build
> none of> these have worked. What modules do I need and what should be
> in my> /dd/sys/inetd to make this work or is it no longer supported
> by> drive wire? If it is being developed as a separate program now
> who is> the developer ? Thanks.-- Coco mailing>
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