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Re: [N8VEM-S100:298] Disk Images

Hi, Leon,

I'm going to be in the same boat once I get some hardware assembled. I'd hoped to figure a way to create the disks myself, but I'm not at the point to do that yet. My plan was to stick to John's configuration as much as possible initially until I can get the disk images and configuration correct. Once I understand better what I'm doing with CP/M I figured I'd start making changes at that point.

If anything comes to mind or anything falls in my lap, I'll be happy to pass it along. I've been making contacts and might be able to pick up 3 HP9836's in a few days. I'm hoping that there might be some other hardware on the site as well, maybe something in an S-100 flavor.

Good luck with your quest. As large as the community has gotten to be, hopefully you'll be able to find someone that can help.


On Sun, Jun 12, 2011 at 5:49 PM, Elsid <le...@swiftdsl.com.au> wrote:
I was wondering if someone could make some system disk images of a
CMP3 system using N8VEM S-100 boards and put them up on the N8VEM web
site? Imd format using Dave Dunfields ImageDisk program would probably
be the best way to go. I guess an 8" or 3.25" image would be the most
I know there are lots of ways to configure a system but if we stick to
John's standard I/O port configuation things should work. Otherwise
just post your configiuration as well.
This could be an easy way to bootstap a system if people don't have
access to a running CP/M system already.
I've just asked John Monahan if he could do this but he is too busy
with 8086 boards and CP/M86 at the moment to help out at the moment.