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Fri Jul 13 16:50:30 CDT 2018
On 07/13/2018 03:42 PM, Chuck Guzis via cctalk wrote:
> Yup, got a few of them here. Depends on your needs. If what you need
> is something that supports bog-standard 2x18x512 "1.44M" floppy images,
> it's pretty decent right out of the box.
> It uses an STM32F105 MCU and some stuff to accommodate 3.3V-to-5V
> logic shifts.
> On the other hand, if you want to use this with more general floppy
> images, you can install the HxC firmware which supports lots of formats.
Hum. I'll have to check that out. Do you happen to have any links
handy? (I'll do a web search for it anyway.)
I was wondering what images looked like on the USB flash drive. I found
a couple of pages that talk about the SFR1M44-U100 using it's own
storage format (that probably doesn't even qualify as a file system).
I've also found tools and directions on how to work with it under Linux
using loopback devices.
I'll check out the HxC firmware as it would be really nice if it could
work with standard images on a file system that I can mount under Linux.
Thank you for the information Chuck.
Grant. . . .
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