Looking for North star software
stephen.m.pereira.sr at gmail.com
Tue Jul 3 12:20:35 CDT 2018
I believe that Mike Douglas has a utility program that you can get into a Northstar Horizon, and then it can receive a .DSK image sent from the terminal and it will write the disk for you in the Horizon.
It’s called PCtoFlop and I think he has it in his archive here:
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Bedford, NH 03110
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> I was thinking someone has already done this. If no, as you say, it is not an impossible task.
> The TSS/B is suppose to be their scientific package. It at least has BASIC in it. I have another disk marked CP/M in the same box. I should be able to put something together under CP/M.
> It is a North Star Horizon. There seems to be some images out there so I don't know how they are being captured.
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