[Coco] NOS9 Boot_Burke
Chester A Patterson
vchester at setec-cr.com
Mon Oct 23 17:44:47 EDT 2006
Precisely my dilema, I don't know how to exchange the standard NOS9 BOOT
with the Boot_Burke file. I've never played with the boottrack before.
In the case of the B&B system, on the MFM HD, track 128 (and track 129
for the ALTBoot) contains this file hidden away in there along with REL
and what not.
On Monday 23 October 2006 15:20, Chester A Patterson wrote:
>How does one install the NOS9 Boot_Burke (ident returns BOOT) module
>into an NOS9Boot file?
>In the distant past (17+ years ago - jeepers! That's a long time!),
>when I made up B&B ST225, ST251 and ST4096 systems, I just used the B&B
>"modpatch l2bpatch" command on the BOOT module in RAM then cobbled up a
>new disk. But Boot is not a regular boot file module that I can just
>EZGen from a disk into another disk's OS9Boot file...
From: Gene Heskett
Sent: Monday, October 23, 2006 3:16 PM
To: coco at maltedmedia.com
First, that boot module isn't in the NOS9boot file, its in the boottrack
wherever it might be located, the entire track 34 of an old os9 boot
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