[Coco] [Color Computer] Re: Coco Graphics Designer

Mark Marlette mark at cloud9tech.com
Wed Oct 4 14:18:17 EDT 2006


That is correct. DECB/HDB-DOS is pretty full not allowing other 
drivers/managers. Actually NitrOS-9 is more correct terminology these 

Anyone that knows the ISO9660 format knows that Chris did a GREAT job 
to get it on the CoCo. If you don't have it get it!!! Support his work.

If a CD write was to be done the drive for sure would have to support 
under burn. However that works.....No time to research. Have to many 
projects going as it is.


Quoting KnudsenMJ at aol.com:

> In a message dated 10/4/06 12:52:16 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> mark at cloud9tech.com writes:
> That is  not true....Cloud-9 has had CDRs connected to the CoCo for some
> time now.  With the addition of Chris's ISO9660 file manager you can now
> read the  standard formatted CD's on the CoCo.
> Right.  THis would be OS-9 only, correct?  (OK by me but not many  others).
> How about writing (burning) a CD-R?  That may take too much speed or  memory
> size.
> --Mike K.
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