Re: [hatari-devel] asm56000.ttp problem

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Hi Miro,

On 07/31/2018 02:03 PM, Miro Kropáček wrote:
not wanting to force you or anything ;) but any chance this will get fixed?
Even three years later I can see this issue (and what's worse, now I'd
really need to run asm56000.ttp natively). I can switch to Aranym but that
open a whole another can of worms. So for the time being I'm forced to use
real hardware to get the most reliable results (it's an ancient project
which needs to be first verified to produce the original binary output).

On 10 January 2015 at 00:29, Laurent Sallafranque <
laurent.sallafranque@xxxxxxx> wrote:

Mikro has done a package here :

It works like this, nothing to change. (only in IDE mode)

What are the exact steps to reproduce the problem with this?

What is the expected output, and what is incorrect?

	- Eero

Le 10/01/2015 00:16, Eero Tamminen a écrit :


On lauantai 10 tammikuu 2015, Laurent Sallafranque wrote:

1st, it's a bit complicated to copy files to an IDE disk (I tried to use
both Gemdos drive and IDE drive, the I couldn't see the IDE drive).

You need to specify GEMDOS HD drive that doesn't override IDE partitions.
Easiest it's done with "--gemdos-drive <drive letter>" option.

After boot you also need to select "Install devices" from TOS4 desktop.

So I used a floppydisk Image and transfered all the Mikro stuff on the
IDE drive.

Then, I've tested the whole tomshell compilation and it works perfectly.

So, the problem is with gemdos emulation.

Can you zip everything [1] needed to reproduce the issue and send
the zip to me for debugging?

         - Eero

[1] tomshell, asm56000, *.asm files, agrep, whole directory structure


Le 09/01/2015 23:25, Laurent Sallafranque a écrit :

Thanks a lot Anders,

This image IDE disk works well.

Le 09/01/2015 21:27, Anders Eriksson a écrit :

On Fri, 9 Jan 2015, Laurent Sallafranque wrote:

Has anybody got a little IDE image disk that boots under hatari
which I could use to make the test ?
20 Megs would be suffisant enough I think (it was the size of my
first harddrive on falcon back in 1995 ;)

Makeide from the hatari tools directory doesn't make a bootable disk.

Hello Laurent,

I made a 512MiB image that is installed and ready to run with real
Falcon TOS v4.04, get it here:  (only 500k packed)

AHDI driver installed, not very modern, but at least nobody will
complain about copyright issues. But more importantly, it is the
driver that came along with the Falcon together with asm56000.ttp
(developer tools).

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