I gathered from the text file included with the zip archive it was either 40 column or F18A, not 9938 80 columns.
Myself, I was more interested in just the FTP aspect of the software as you are right, MDOS has many of the tools already.
Just a FWIW, in GPL mode, one does have access to all onboard Geneve 512K memory as well as the memory of a converted Myarc 512K card and Memex card. You just need to know what pages you can use without messing up the rest of the operating system. You just have to manually map that memory in. In the grand scheme of things, you have the VDP memory, "Gram/Grom" up to 64K, and 72K Ram/Rom. If you want more memory than that, you can map that memory into the memory mapper in TIMODE of operation. Off the top of my head, I think that memory mapper is at >8000 to >8007 while MDOS mode it is at >F110 to >F117. Grom/Gram memory is not mappable to my knowledge, i.e., you can not switch Grom/Gram banks. There are CRU bits you can set to make some of the RAM/ROM read only.
What you can do though is map a Grom/Gram bank into a Ram bank. Basically, this leaves that Grom bank still mapped as grom memory, but it has also been mapped in as rom/ram memory where assembly code can reside and be useable in the normal memory space.
In principle, if you are mapping memory in on 8K banks, you can use 56K of Grom/Gram as RAM, as well as use everything from >2000 and up as RAM for another 56K + another 8K for the paged module memory space.
At most, you are probably only looking at 5 or so Geneve/TIPI users at most that would benefit for developing a secondary mapping scheme.
Besides any work Tim has done on a Load/Sys for TIPI under GPL, there are only a handful of programs that have ever played with memory mapping to this extreme on a Geneve. It's not difficult, just nobody had the need. First program is MyWord, second program is SoundFX by Barry Boone that loaded very large sound clips, and I think GenTri used it by having a combination Word Process, Terminal Emulator, and Spelling Checker with very large buffers in memory all at the same time.
Edited by BeeryMiller, Tue May 14, 2019 2:32 PM.