At 09:12 AM 5/1/06 +0200, Bernd wrote:
On Mon, 17 Apr 2006 11:11:20, Joe R. wrote:
At 09:21 AM 4/17/06 +0200, you wrote:
i'm currently trying to initialize my HP9133L with the HFS file system,
executing MKHFS only
runs into an integer overflow exception ...
I've run into sitauations like this. It SEEMS like some OS will only run
on certain machines and will give errors like this if they're run on other
(lesser?) CPUs. I wasn't seriously interested in the bigger HP 9000/300s so
I never pursued the matter further.
... i've not used one of the 9000/300 bigger
machines, but a "common" HP
I thought, that it might be an issue with the harddisk
size of the 9133L.
I tried several partition sizes, but everytime, the same failure occurs,
40 MB drive with a smaller one might not be successful
I found an older Basic version 5.x. With this one, i was able to create a
that can be somehow accessed by my Pascal version: i
can see the
accessing files will lead to an integer overflow again
What Pascal version is required to gain HFS compatibility with Basic 6.4 ?
I have NO idea! And I doubt HP even mentions it in their docs.
What's the latest version of HP Pascal, that's
available (i saw somewhere
to 3.25), is there a chance to get a copy ?
I'm afraid that I can't tell you. I've sent ALL of my HP docs to Al to be
scanned. I THINK in the stack somewhere there are some charts showing what
versions are supported on the different machines but it would just be a
matter of looking through the stuff till you found it. The last time I
looked Al had some of the stuff on-line. I expect that he has it all
on-line by now.
I'll try to look in my stuff and see if I have Pascal install SW and if
so what version. I suspect that if I have one it's going to be old.
Bernd Kopriva Tel: 07195 / 179452
Weilerstr. 24 E-Mail : bernd at kopriva.de