Re: The ultimate VCC hard disk image using EmuDsk
Ok, a few notes.
My hard disk image boots NitrOS9 level 2.
The game is designed to run, and does run under Microware OS-9 level 2.
The game does NOT run on NitrOS9 level 2 on physical hardware, even from an actual floppy disk.
The game DOES run on VCC on NitrOS9 level 2 AND Microware OS-9 level 2.
The games does require that /TERM be a 32 column screen.
On NitrOS9 level 2 on actual hardware the system stops responding after the game is started before the game
switches to a graphics screen.
I have not found any reference /d0, and in any case I have tried running it from a real /d0 device using both
NitrOS9 level 2 and Microware OS-9 level 2 with the results noted above.
I had not tried NitrOS9 level 1, it is interesting that it also did not work.
> Robert Gault robert.gault at att.net
> Mon Nov 23 19:56:41 EST 2015
> Barry Nelson wrote:
> > Well, I have a working version of my hard disk file for the CoCo SDC, except for ONE program. The copy of Cave
Walker of the hard disk image for the CoCo SDC does not work. Everything else (that I have tried at least)
does work. Shall I post it as is? I am no closer to getting Cave Walker working than I was a week ago, and I do not
know when or if I will solve this. Thoughts? I have a separate disk image using the old Microware OS-9 level
II that works on the CoCo SDC but I can not get it working on NitrOS9. The image also requires a customized
version of HDBDOS for the CoCo SDC, so I think I will concentrate on making a user friendly program to
install that to a flash bank and touch up my BASIC program that allow you to change the mounted CoCo SDC disks
from basic. Feed back is welcome.
> I can get Cavewalker to run with MESS using Coco2b emulation. You must set