bill.gunshannon at hotmail.com
Tue Dec 3 19:06:39 CST 2019
On 12/3/19 7:51 PM, Craig Ruff via cctech wrote:
> Just in case someone else hasn't already responded, the P112 does not use DOS style fdisk partitioning for a hard disk. It is done in the BIOS image, and then the logical disks have to be initialized. This is described in the "P112 GIDE Construction.pdf" document.
> I've only used 3.5" floppies, which work fine. You can also attach a PATA CD-ROM drive and access disks with a program that escapes my memory at the moment.
Along this line I have solved one problem. I mentioned INIT in
RSX180 printing gibberish on the screen when trying to init a
hard disk partition where it had worked on a floppy. Problem
was the size of the partitions. I had tried just making one
partition for the test I learned that FDISK will make partitions
too big for any of the P112 OSes. I now have a hard disk with
5 partitions to play with. On to the next problem.
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