02/22/98: Emulator by pucc_unknown, | Category: Princeton | 3 comments - (Comments are closed)

Emulator

Date: Sun, 22 Feb 1998 15:28:57 -0500
Reply-To: CLTUCKER [at] DELPHI [dot] COM
Sender: COCO – Tandy Color Computer List
From: “C. Tucker”
Subject: Emulator

Hi. I have Jeff’s Emulator. Can someone tell me how to bring up OS9 and
make Window’s. Like shell <>>>/w&? Thanks.
cl

3 comments to Emulator

  • pucc_unknown

    Date: Sun, 22 Feb 1998 16:01:42 -0500
    Reply-To: John Murphy
    Sender: COCO – Tandy Color Computer List
    From: John Murphy
    Subject: Re: Emulator

    Which version of the emulator?

    Have you been able to run any RSDOS software on the emulator?

    Once you get the emulator up and running successfully,
    things work pretty much like a real Coco, ie:
    load your OS-9 disk and type “DOS”,
    just like you would on a Coco.

    Give us more details, and we’ll see if we can help more.

    John Murphy
    jmurphy [at] delphi [dot] com

    —–Original Message—–
    From: C. Tucker
    To: Multiple recipients of list COCO
    Date: Sunday, February 22, 1998 3:30 PM
    Subject: Emulator

    >Hi. I have Jeff’s Emulator. Can someone tell me how to bring up OS9 and
    >make Window’s. Like shell <>>>/w&? Thanks.
    >cl

  • pucc_unknown

    Date: Sun, 22 Feb 1998 16:39:56 -0500
    Reply-To: John Murphy
    Sender: COCO – Tandy Color Computer List
    From: John Murphy
    Subject: Re: Emulator

    Get a newer version of the emulator.
    The oldest one had some probs with os-9, as I recall.

    The latest is available at:

    http://www.voicenet.com/~swyss/files/Coco2-15.zip

    John Murphy
    jmurphy [at] delphi [dot] com

    —–Original Message—–
    From: CLTUCKER [at] delphi [dot] com
    To: jmurphy [at] delphi [dot] com
    Date: Sunday, February 22, 1998 4:23 PM
    Subject: Re: Emulator

    >Hi. Thanks for the answer on the Em. I run RSDOS pgms on the Em OK.
    >When I put in the OS9 disk and do the DOS up comes OS9 on the screen
    >like it is booting. Then comes the ERROR message. Any info. appreciated.
    >Thanks.
    >OH BTW, it is Jeff’s first release. V1.40.

  • pucc_unknown

    Date: Tue, 24 Feb 1998 15:03:26 -0800
    Reply-To: Les
    Sender: COCO – Tandy Color Computer List
    From: Les
    Organization: All USENET — http://www.Supernews.com
    Subject: Re: Emulator

    It may be as simple as;
    iniz w1
    shell i=/w1&
    Then press home to go to that window, but it all depends on what your boot
    startup file did.
    You may have to merge fonts into the system to get fonts in the window. i.e.
    merge /d0/sys/stdfonts > /w
    Of course this is all dependent on the boot having windows in it, an
    mdir
    should tell you what windows are available w1 – w15 are standard most
    commonly w1 – w7 being in memory.
    Do not try to pull up w as it is a dummy window for the merge above and will
    not be initialized or become active.