"CP/M compatible" vs. "MS-DOS Compatible" machines?
Roy J. Tellason
rtellason at verizon.net
Tue Feb 5 00:45:15 CST 2008
On Sunday 03 February 2008 23:36, Dave McGuire wrote:
> On Feb 2, 2008, at 5:47 PM, Roy J. Tellason wrote:
> > Other code that often needed to be modified for specific hardware
> > or machines were comm stuff, which more often seemed to have a bunch of
> > "overlays" available for each machine, so that things could address the
> > serial port (or the PMMI S-100 bus modem) properly.
> > I probably have piles of this stuff in my old bbs files area, if
> > there's much interest in it.
> I'm always interested in CP/M stuff...is it available online?
I just put the file "tans_cpm.zip" at http://www.classiccmp.org/rtellason ,
let me know if there's anything specific in there that you want and we'll
work it out from there. Or if the file isn't accessible for some reason. A
lot of what I've got is from the old Simtel CP/M archives, some of it
cleaned up a bit and repackaged, some other bits added from here and there.
I've had the idle thought lately of putting a bunch of what used to be in the
bbs files sections online, or at least portions of it, but time is tight
these days, so it'll have to wait for a while, though I don't mind passing
files along to what folks want 'em.
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