[Coco] pyDrivewire - Persistence Problem

Nathan Byrd techy1 at gmail.com
Tue May 12 14:45:55 EDT 2020

When you are using the web interface, if you browse for the file it makes a copy of it in a temp directory (/tmp or under AppData on windows). Instead, if you type in the path to the disk and click "Insert" it should use the original location so you can save changes to it.
On May 12, 2020, 1:31 PM -0500, coco at jechar.ca, wrote:
> I am using the command
> pyDriveWire -U 6800 -p /dev/ttyUSB0 -s 115200
> To start a drivewire server, then I use the web interface
> "localhost:6800"
> to mount the disk X.dsk to the server.
> I confirm that the drivewire disk is visible by my coco3 with "dir /x0"
> I then make a test change "echo > /x0/test"
> "dir /x0" confirms that the file /x0/test exists but after ejecting and
> reloading
> the file /x0/test is gone. How do I proceed to make changes persistant
> or is
> that feature not implemented yet ?
> Charlie
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