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On 08/28/2016 01:57 AM, Bob Carpenter wrote:
Here is my command line:
./hatari --trace scsi_cmd --acsi /Users/bobc/Documents/Hatari/Disks/hd80mb.image -d /Users/bobc/Documents/Hatari/Disks/GEMDOS/ --gemdos-drive skip --tos /Users/bobc/Documents/Hatari/ROM/etos192us.img
This is what I see:
- Partition 0: ID=BGM, start=0x00000002, size=17.0 MB, flags=0x81 (boot)
- Partition 1: ID=BGM, start=0x0000884e, size=21.0 MB, flags=0x1
- Partition 2: ID=BGM, start=0x00013098, size=24.0 MB, flags=0x1
- Partition 3: ID=BGM, start=0x0001f0e2, size=18.0 MB, flags=0x1
- Total size: 80.1 MB in 4 partitions
As you can see, I do not have the GEMDOS HDD emulation line in my log.
As there's no GEMDOS HD mentioned, problem isn't the skipping option.
I guess there's some issue with the directory you give.
If there aren't any warnings from Hatari about it, what this shows:
ls -la /Users/bobc/Documents/Hatari/Disks/GEMDOS/
On Aug 27, 2016, at 4:22 PM, Eero Tamminen <oak@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 08/27/2016 08:36 PM, Bob Carpenter wrote:
I have been tested this option when testing the OS X UI changes. However, even when I check the item in the SDL Hard disks menu, it does not appear to work for me. I use my GEMDOS Hatari config file, check that option, and let Hatari reboot.
When the system reboots (using AHDI 5.0.0, if that matters), I use Install Devices in TOS 2.06 and I only see the cartridge device. However, if I manually create G and H directories under my GEMDOS folder, then using Install Devices makes my GEMDOS drives appear. I have only tried this with the OS X version and not the Windows version. I do not have the ability to run the Linux version.
I am just wondering what I am doing wrong. Thanks for your help.
Can you provide Hatari your Hatari command line and Hatari output?
For example, with these arguments:
hatari --trace scsi_cmd --acsi STvidPly.img -d frogger/ --gemdos-drive skip --tos etos512k.img
Everything works fine and I get following output:
Mounting hard drive image '/path/STvidPly.img'
- Partition 0: ID=BGM, start=0x00000002, size=200.0 MB, flags=0x81 (boot)
- Partition 1: ID=..., start=0x00000000, size=0.0 MB, flags=0x0
- Partition 2: ID=..., start=0x00000000, size=0.0 MB, flags=0x0
- Partition 3: ID=..., start=0x00000000, size=0.0 MB, flags=0x0
- Total size: 200.0 MB in 1 partitions
GEMDOS HDD emulation, D: <-> /home/eero/work/hatari/build-gcc/frogger.
What you get with similar command line?
("skip" option does the same as the GUI option. With that
one can also specify what drive letter GEMDOS HD uses.)