Since my ISP's web server does not permit directory listing, I have to
provide an index page. But rather than a plain directory listing, I
figured it would be useful to provide a bit of description of the files
PCPI AppliCard Support
If you have a
PCPI Applicard, but have but don't
have the software for it, the files below should help you out.
These are ShrinkIt Disk Archives (.SDK) of several 5.25-inch disk-sides
worth of software for the PCPI AppliCard. To use these, you will need
some way to transfer these files to an Apple ][-series computer that has
the application "ShrinkIt" available.
pcpiboot.sdk -- AppliCard Boot Disk, 40/80-column
pcpiutil.sdk -- AppliCard Utilities Disk, 70-column
display on HiRes graphics screen.
(In the original PCPI packaging, the two disk sides above were shipped
as a single 2-sided ``flippy'' disk.)
cpmfutil.sdk -- CP/M file archiving and compression
utilities supplied as ready-to-run executables. Necessary for accessing
files on the disks below:
pcpidvrs.sdk -- Third-party and aftermarket device
drivers for the AppliCard.
pcpienhc.sdk -- AppliCard system enhancements,
pcpigraf.sdk -- HiRes graphics driver subsystem
for the AppliCard with API for Turbo Pascal.
pcpiqtrm.sdk -- David Goodenough's QTERM modem
program pre-installed for PCPI Applicard system with SuperSerialCard in
slot 2, plus other drivers. Excellent VT100 emulation!
pcpizmp.sdk -- Simeon Cran's ZMP modem program
brings ZMODEM file transfer protocol to CP/M. Pre-installed for PCPI
AppliCard system with SuperSerialCard in slot 2.
See also the
mini-manual to help you get
started using your AppliCard.
Spartan SCSI Support
Patched device drivers for the
Spartan SCSI interface for the
Amiga 500 to correct a bug that
limited the maximum hard disk size to 512MB. These come in two patch
flavors for both Adaptec/generic and embedded SCSI drives. The first just
fixes the 512MB problem and allows full access to drives up to 1GB (the
limit for SCSI class-0 read/write commands). The second uses the SCSI
class-1 ten-byte read/write commands to allow full access to drives up
to 1TB (terabyte) or the limit of the AmigaDOS file system, whichever is
smaller (2GB, if I recall correctly).
8-bit IDE Hard Disk Support
Utilities and BIOS source code (mostly in
Aztec C for CP/M and Z80 assembly language) for operating
disks on 8-bit (Z80, CP/M) computers. Use with Q10-IDE and GIDE
FVWM2 (X11 window manager) configuration
these files off of my
OpenBSD 2.9 box when we discovered that
FVWM2 installation on my brother's
FreeBSD 4.2 box failed to include them.
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