[Coco] Good News From Schaumburg Illinois
fwp at deepthought.com
Sat Jun 2 12:38:36 EDT 2007
I think that you're going to have a lot of fun with your new setup!!
If you're running linux I would suggest that the first thing you do
is plug the CF card into a card reader attached to your linux box and
use "dd" to make a backup image of the data on the card. I'm sure there's
an equivilant program for windows but I don't know what it is!
On Sat, Jun 02, 2007 at 08:56:59AM -0600, John T Chasteen wrote:
> Hello Coco Folks
> I spent most of last night connecting my coco3 with my new Cloud-9
> SuperIDE Interface
> card. The first time when the power was applied NitrOS-9 "booted" Ver
> I haven't got to putting anything on the HD. yet. I have the CF (256MB)
> unit. I still have to learn
> how to look at the contents of each 64MB.
> The coco3 has a 6309 cpu and when I use the command "free".
> when boot it indicates 6809 level 2 . I guess it doesn't make a
> What do you think?
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