[Coco] Reading a SuperIDE Compact Flash
chawks at dls.net
Sat Apr 28 19:58:08 EDT 2012
John W. Linville said the following on 04/24/2012 07:08 PM:
> On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 06:51:11PM -0500, Christopher Hawks wrote:
>> Frank Pittel said the following on 04/24/2012 04:54 PM:
>>> I spoken with Chris Hawks and he mentioned once that he used dd to make
>>> an "image" of his CF card on his linux machine and then use toolshed to
>>> access individual disks in it. I've never tried it though.
>>> The Other Frank
>> Yeah, it's a real big PITA. If I can find an hour or 2 to rub
>> together, I'd like to add a few options to 'decb dir' and 'decb
>> copy'. -o (specify HDBDOS offset) and -d (drive number).
>> decb dir -o 0x52ddc -d 15 (access drive 15 after the OS9 partition).
> That interface seems good (or at least "good enough") to me! :-)
I have the HDBDOS Offset working, but, syntax is different. You need to
specify it for each file/directory in a copy. So I added to the 'drive' specifier.
decb dir imagefile.dsk,:drive+HDBDOSoffset
decb copy /location/of/image.dsk,filename:drive+HDBDOSoffset
I need permission to commit my changes to HG. I don't think I'm a member yet.
Christopher R. Hawks
The obvious mathematical breakthrough [to break modern encryption] would
be development of an easy way to factor large prime numbers.
-- Bill Gates, The Road Ahead
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