ISIS-II disks with PLM80 and ICE80 software.
lehmann at ans-netz.de
Tue Feb 2 04:24:09 CST 2016
all I can contribute here are german IS/M Manuals of my P8000 which state,
that this IS/M is compatible to ISIS II 4.1.
Most likely, this IS/M is just a copy of IS/M + modifications to the specific
No idea how helpful german text is to you though....
But that is all I have
There is a disk format section on Page 13 chapter 4.3.
A kinda verbose description of the filesystem is in chapter 4.4,
page 13 and following.
Since it is a PDF, maybe google translate can help a bit...
Mattis Lind <mattislind at gmail.com> wrote:
> While browsing various 8 inch floppies I have found a couple of disks that
> seems to contain ISIS-II stuff.
> I discovered a document specifying the format of the disk and managed to
> extract the contents:
> arbetsrumsdatorn:ISIS mattis_lind$ ls UNKN2
> ATTRIB DSPERR ICE80.OV1 ISIS.LAB PLM80.OV0 PLMCOD.CSD
> COPY EDIT ICE80.OV2 ISIS.MAP PLM80.OV1 PLMNOC.CSD
> DELETE FORMAT ISIS.BIN ISIS.T0 PLM80.OV2 RENAME
> DIR ICE80 ISIS.CLI PLM80 PLM80.OV3 SUBMIT
> DSP ICE80.OV0 ISIS.DIR PLM80.LIB PLM80.OV4 SYSTEM.LIB
> arbetsrumsdatorn:ISIS mattis_lind$ ls DISK2
> ALIAS DEBUG EXEC LINK RELEAS TTY
> ALLOC DELETE FORMAT MDUP REMAP TXT
> ANALYZ DGEN FRAPP MEMDMP RENAME TXW
> ASM DIR HEXBIN MOVE RESCUE XREF
> ASSIGN DIRPAC INIT MYLOAD SEDIT
> ATTRIB DROP ISIS.DIR O SYS
> DCONVA DRSTC ISIS.ERR PAGE SYSTEM
> DCOPY EDIT ISIS.LAB PROM T2
> DDUMC ETX ISIS.MAP RASM TPGEN
> If someone is interested in these I put them here:
> There were also a DSDD format on some disks which seemed a little bit
> different. The ISIS.DIR used 32 byte entries rather than 16 byte entries
> and the directory linkage block structure seemed to be different. I didn't
> spend any time other than recognize the difference.
> Is there any documentation that specify the various ISIS disk formats there
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