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SuperCard Pro-Image to .dsk or CP/M?

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Hi together,

 

In order to make progress with the Kyan Pascal project, we need some Pascal program files to test the versions down to earth.

 

BigBen was so nice to make an image of my Pascal programs from the university, which can do such a test in a very good way.

 

So, the main question is, does someone know, how to create a .dsk file or a CP/M disk compatible format out of a SuperCard Pro-image?

 

I just need the text files, that is all.

 

Further, during the Fuji, I discovered an OSS disk with MS-DOS?

 

OSS_BASIC_A_Plus_version_3.05_with_MS-DOS.atr

 

Didn't checked this so far for real, but it would be great for Atari. :-)

 

Thank you all very much for your help in advance.

 

All the best.

Edited by luckybuck

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Can be a fake, but the # of sectors is much higher that the normal OSS DOS with 46 sectors instead of 53...

 

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I thought something like this, but why 53 sectors instead of 46 for DOS.SYS...

 

Ah, maybe binary compare with the 'normal' DOS.SYS from OSS, too many 1:1s => proof of fake

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Ah, good idea Doctor, the normal .dsk-image is 143K, which is near the Atari DD format. Sadly, next chance to do this in October...

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I thought something like this, but why 53 sectors instead of 46 for DOS.SYS...

 

Ah, maybe binary compare with the 'normal' DOS.SYS from OSS, too many 1:1s => proof of fake

Dos XL 2.35 has 53 sectors...

 

Your MS Dos:

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Dos XL 2.35:

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Ah, o. k. my mistake, had in mind the 2.30p:

 

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this has 46 sectors.

 

O. K., so the main problem would be to convert the scp-image to a dsk-image...

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Thank you very much ijor. Samdisk in Terminal of macOS did the job! I really can't believe to see my uni programs back from 1990 in a .dsk-image again in 2018...

 

Incredible! That is great help. :-) Thank you so much! Now, we have the programs to test Kyan Pascal... What a wonderful day.

 

Thank you and BigBen for recording. :-)

 

In Terminal:

 

./samdisk Pascal.scp Pascal.dsk

 

and finished in seconds....

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