[BBC-Micro] GoMMC as a harddisc?
rick at rs432.net
Mon Jul 18 15:44:47 BST 2011
On 16/07/2011 21:03, J.G.Harston wrote:
> You can't, for instance, do copy :0.file :(mmc).file, with
> the GoMMC drive 0 **is** the GoMMC.
John understood the question, and said that I could copy from disc image
to harddisc image; as the GoMMC appears to be capable of assigning
different images to different 'drives' (it isn't a one-at-a-time).
> No, HADFS 5.29 or later have integrated GoMMC drivers, so:
In a nutshell, how is HADFS 'better' than generic ADFS?
> DNFS (for my setup)
> leaving one slot for BASIC in an unexpanded BBC.
Which I hope to remove one (or more) and replace with a FlashROM. I
think I'll have to be DNFS as I'd need FS access to load up images to
commit to ROM. ;-)
> All properly-written compiant filing systems support Tube.
No, what I meant is IIRC the DNFS contains the Tube *driver* code - so
if I use co-pros (which I will), I'd need that somewhere.
Rick Murray, eeePC901 & ADSL WiFI'd into it, all ETLAs!
BBC B: DNFS, 2 x 5.25" floppies, EPROM prog, Acorn TTX
E01S FileStore, A3000/A5000/RiscPC/various PCs/blahblah...
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