[Coco] Good News From Schaumburg Illinois
John T Chasteen
johnchasteen.2 at juno.com
Sat Jun 2 18:23:58 EDT 2007
I Have a Linux box in Florida but I don't think it has a connector that
will match the
I have HDB-DOS on Flash bank 3 with offset=$05sddc and I don't know what
Is there some way to see what is on each 64MB bank?
OS9 L2 manual but nothing on NitrOS9 L2. Do you think it is on the
web site? So far I think I have the help command. I haven't got that
Last night I had to take the power supply cover off twice. Once to put
the cable on and the second time to use the voltmeter to set the power
switch "on". I have a power strip for every thing except the flat screen
monitor and the monitor adapter hardware which I bought from the coco
When I used the free cmd it shows that I have 496,896 sectors.
I also have HAWKSoft's RGB to S-Viedo and the CDF OS9.
Also purchased Cloud-9 NITROS-9 Lv 2 3.5" disk and their
DriveWire 2.0 kit w/software and cable.
Cloud-9 added protectors for my coco2 and 3.
I have an old windows pentium close to coco so
I will be able to connect the two computers together
with the drive wire cable.
We go to church Saturday morning and Evening so I won't
get a chance to the coco until about 8:00pm central
If you want, you can send me your landline phone number.
Being an AT&T retiree, I have a great long distance rate.
Thanks again for your help
On Sat, 2 Jun 2007 11:38:36 -0500 Frank Pittel <fwp at deepthought.com>
> I think that you're going to have a lot of fun with your new
> 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
> use "dd" to make a backup image of the data on the card. I'm sure
> 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
> > SuperIDE Interface
> > card. The first time when the power was applied NitrOS-9 "booted"
> > 3.02.06/HDB-DOS.
> > I haven't got to putting anything on the HD. yet. I have the CF
> > 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
> > difference.
> > What do you think?
> > John
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