[Coco] COCO3 System Arrangement of modules
fwp at deepthought.com
Mon May 26 22:53:38 EDT 2008
I think it would be a lot of fun to do this during a meeting. It's in
the same vein of me bringing a coco in so we could play games. It's
nice to get back to what the group is about. The coco!!
On Mon, May 26, 2008 at 08:09:56PM -0500, Christopher Hawks wrote:
> John T Chasteen said the following on 05/25/2008 11:16 AM:
>> Good Morning Coco Friends
>> I know this is a holiday weekend and a lot of people didn't stay home.
>> I am still waiting for comments on the questions I still have.
>> On Fri, 23 May 2008 20:47:55 -0500 John T Chasteen
>> <johnchasteen.2 at juno.com> writes:
>>> Thanks for this info.
>>> I forgot to ask a question about the size of the CF device that is
>>> plugged into the CF Adapter(CFA).
>>> What is the limit on the storage size? Is there any prep before files are
>>> Are the files saved or retrieved by file name? What is the command line
>>> to save a file on the
>>> on the unit that is plugged into the CFA?
> The best size is the same as your CF from Cloud-9 (probably 256 Meg).
> The explanations for creating a backup of the CF are pretty long. How
> about we do this at the next Glenside meeting?? You'll need to bring your
> Coco, SuperIDE, Conpact Flash Adapter, MPI, and a floppy and drive to
> backup on the Coco. You'll need your laptop and a USB Compact Flash reader
> to do the backup on your laptop. You'll need both CF cards in any case.
> I'll CC the Club and we'll see if we can do this for the meeting.
> Christopher R. Hawks
> Running Windows on a Pentium is like having a brand new Porsche but
> only be able to drive backwards with the handbrake on. (Unknown source)
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