henk.gooijen at oce.com
Tue Apr 25 14:03:51 CDT 2006
Bummer, if SYSTEM.MLB can not be used :-(
This is what I did (if that was clever, I don't know, but it worked).
Unzip the zemu.tar to a new folder, IIRC that is 21 files.
Then I used PUTR to create an RX02 disk container, and copied the files into it.
However I failed to get the DY accessible in SIMH, so I started again.
Now I used PUTR to create a disk container for an RL02 and copied the files.
I started SIMH, mounted the RT11 RL02 pack and the RL02 pack with Zemu,
and copied them to the RT11 pack.
Then I started the build. These are the commands I used in a CMD (DOS) box.
set copy binary
format zemu.dsk /rl02 /rt11
<enter> or give a volume ID
mount dl0: zemu.dsk /rl02 /rt11
cd <directory with zemu files>
copy *.* dl0:
Now you have an RL02 disk container with the Zemu files in it.
Start SIMH, and before you boot enter on the SIMH prompt
set rl1 rl02
att rl1 zemu.dsk
set rl0 rl02
att rl0 rt11.dsk
.copy dl1:*.* dl0: (now the zemu files are on the RT11 pack)
.ind zemu.cmd (starts the zemu build)
hope this is clear,
Van: cctalk-bounces at classiccmp.org namens Zane H. Healy
Verzonden: di 25-04-2006 20:29
Aan: cctalk at classiccmp.org
Onderwerp: Re: Zemu
> > If somebody could make the SYSTEM.MLB avalilable in a .zip file,
> would that
> > be sufficient to solve the second issue ?
> Might. I don't know what macros are used, and what they do.
> Remember, I don't really know RT-11.
> But, like I said, it might be that just commenting that line out, and
> see what macros fail will give you enough clues to what is missing that
> you can either safely remove that, or write those macros on your own.
I don't believe SYSTEM.MLB can be used on prior versions.
What is the best way these days to get the Zemu source into SIMH? I can
probably find time to take a look using SIMH way before I can find the time
to look at it using my PDP-11/73 running RT-11 (which includes TCP/IP).
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