[Coco] Re: Not quite "OS-9 for Dummies", but...
farna at att.net
farna at att.net
Tue Sep 6 07:26:42 EDT 2005
Contact Tony Podraza. I gave the Glenside CoCo Club rights to print the "OS-9 Quick Reference Guide" I wrote years ago. I'm not sure he has an electronic copy that can be printed or e-mailed -- the format I sent him is the native PageMaker files, though I sent hard copy masters as well. I may have to send him a copy of PageMaker!! They also have my history book, "Tandy's Little Wonder", which has repair info and schematics for all US CoCo models as well.
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> Message: 2
> Date: Mon, 05 Sep 2005 01:36:57 -0600
> From: "Glen VanDenBiggelaar" <glenvdb at hotmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [Coco] Why DECB is important to OS-9 folk.
> Far be it for me to actually start a discution about this, But as a newbe
> OS-9 and now Nitros-09, I am trying jsut to muddle through the manuals and
> PDFs. I have not had much experence with "command line" programs other than
> simple IBM Dos from my 486 days, then it was strait into "Windows for
> workgroups 3.11".
> My point (or question prehaps) is that Is there a "simple" guide or
> toutorial for beginners to ether OS-9 or (better yet) Nitros 9? I mean i
> just can't go and by "NitrOS 9 for Dummies" book at my local store. I think
> a lot more DECB users would love to get into Nitros 9 if some sort of fun
> and easy Toutorials were made avalible. I know that we can just ask
> questions here or even to the development team, but it would be nice to
> actually have books or a website with screen shots and a step by step "how
> To" guide. If this were avalibe, I think maybe more people would be jumping
> into the programing of any the sides.
> -Just my 2 cents
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