The TRS-80 Journey Continues

Fred Cisin cisin at
Wed May 11 18:51:04 CDT 2022

On Wed, 11 May 2022, Bill Gunshannon via cctalk wrote:
> That's the way I have always known it to be. Thus why I said if
> I work on a project to build boot floppies from hard disk systems
> I will have to have a collection of BOOT Code for the various OSes
> and know how they use it.  I guess the first thing I will need is
> a program to read raw data from a floppy and another to write raw
> data to a floppy.  This looks like a perfect job for PL/M.  :-)

In the meantime (as a proof of concept?), you can manually read and write 
sectors with SUPERZAP  ?
and create a program in PL/M that makes boot floppies.

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