Compupro Disk Images Uploaded
Mark J. Blair
nf6x at nf6x.net
Sun Oct 30 00:18:14 CDT 2016
> On Oct 29, 2016, at 18:41, william degnan <billdegnan at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have uploaded a set of disk images from My Compupro system with an 8085
> and 8086 card, plus regular z80.
Thanks for sharing! Those images will probably be quite helpful to many folks trying to resurrect vintage Compupro hardware, myself included.
One of the links appears to be bad: The filename is "MPM2.1ED", but clicking it just leads to the site index page.
I hope you won't hate me for a mild (?) threadjack: I'm looking for either version 2.2R or version 2.2S of the Compupro CPM-80 Master Distribution Disk. I've been told by an experienced Compupro guy that those are the versions I'll want to operate the S-100 system I'm building in interrupt mode rather than polled I/O mode under CP/M-80. All of the images I've found online so far are for earlier versions of Compupro CP/M-80, which I'm told will work in polled mode but lack the interrupt mode support. But what do I know? I'm new to this stuff!
The same fellow tells me that Mr. Godbout has never authorized online copying of the Compupro software as some other out-of-print computer manufacturers have, and has been known to express strong disagreement with the practice. To which I naturally reply that I would be quite happy to buy a new copy of Compupro CP/M-80 2.2R/2.2S at full retail list price from the legitimate rights holder rather than downloading an image.
Mark J. Blair, NF6X <nf6x at nf6x.net>
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