22283Re: [midatlanticretro] Scanned OSI Manuals Available
- Aug 11, 2011On Thu, 11 Aug 2011 22:23:54 -0400
David Gesswein <djg@...> wrote:
> Writing is still one of the items on my todo list also. I'll see aboutSounds like a very useful tool! I do have CP/M, though my system disks seem to be mostly defective at the moment. I need to send out blank 8" disks to Mark Csele, who has a working copy of CP/M 2.2 for the OSI. I just recently got 48K + 8K working with my OSI 510 triple-processor board, only to discover my CP/M disks were faulty!
> putting it up this weekend. I also have a program which pulls apart
> the disk image into files including decoding basic source. You happen to
> have CPM? I had one disk in it so have a partial decoder but didn't
> have enough info to get the basic decoding fully working. I don't have
> the tripple processor board to be able to actually run it.
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