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CoCo II / OS-9 Level I Reference Material

Date: Mon, 12 Jan 1998 20:02:20 +0200
Reply-To: Francois Visagie
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From: Francois Visagie
Organization: DataFusion Systems Pty Ltd
Subject: CoCo II / OS-9 Level I Reference Material

Hi,

Can anybody direct me to any good online CoCo II / OS-9 Level I reference
material and/or documentation disk I/O commands, BASIC, OS-9 commands,
hardware internals reference etc. on the Internet?

Thanks,

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1 comment to CoCo II / OS-9 Level I Reference Material

  • pucc_unknown

    Date: Mon, 12 Jan 1998 22:21:40 -0500
    Reply-To: Gene Heskett
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    From: Gene Heskett
    Organization: Organization? Whats that?
    Subject: Re: CoCo II / OS-9 Level I Reference Material

    Gene Heskett sends Greetings to Francois Visagie;

    >Hi,

    >Can anybody direct me to any good online CoCo II / OS-9 Level I reference
    >material and/or documentation disk I/O commands, BASIC, OS-9 commands,
    >hardware internals reference etc. on the Internet?

    The best place to start might be the archive site, os9archive.rtsi.com.
    Programs and utilities abound. _Real_ documentation is a bit harder to
    come by since the originals all carry a copyright notice. For os9, the
    best bet is to bite the bullet and advertise for a copy of it, starting
    with level 1, the version 2 of level one, followed by level two, and
    eventually “Nitros9″ which requires the cpu to be swapped for a Hitachi
    63C09. Between Nitros9 and the 63C09, the machines speed is quite close
    to doubled.

    Cheers, Gene

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