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howtos:emulators:xtrs [2012/10/20 14:41 (UTC)]
sycamorex Small typos fixed
howtos:emulators:xtrs [2012/10/25 12:14 (UTC)]
ldkraemer [SETTING UP XTRS]
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 And real hardware drives can be used via Symbolic linking.</​note>​\\ ​ And real hardware drives can be used via Symbolic linking.</​note>​\\ ​
  
-2. Copy the Model I, Model III, Model 4, and Model 4P ROM image files to "/​usr/​share/​xtrs" +2. Copy the Model I, Model III, Model 4, and Model 4P ROM image files to /​usr/​share/​xtrs 
-The original location for other distros was "/​usr/​local/​lib/​xtrs".\\ +The original location for other distros was /​usr/​local/​lib/​xtrs.\\ ​
 The TRS80 ROMS are not included in the XTRS package, but can be found by searching with Google.\\ ​ The TRS80 ROMS are not included in the XTRS package, but can be found by searching with Google.\\ ​
 <​code>​cd ~/​path/​to/​xtrs <​code>​cd ~/​path/​to/​xtrs
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 3. Locate the .DSK or .DMK (NEWDOS, DOSPLUS, LDOS, TRSDOS, ULTRADOS, MULTIDOS, or MONTEZUMA MICRO CP/M) OS files you will use:​\\ ​ 3. Locate the .DSK or .DMK (NEWDOS, DOSPLUS, LDOS, TRSDOS, ULTRADOS, MULTIDOS, or MONTEZUMA MICRO CP/M) OS files you will use:​\\ ​
-(If you are using Montezuma Micro 2.31 CP/M, use mkdisk to reset the write protect attribute of the file, so you can use CONFIG\\ ​+If you are using Montezuma Micro 2.31 CP/M, use mkdisk to reset the write protect attribute of the file, so you can use CONFIG\\ ​
 to change the Drive Parameters and save the settings. If you don't change the file to unprotected,​ you won't be able to save the\\  to change the Drive Parameters and save the settings. If you don't change the file to unprotected,​ you won't be able to save the\\ 
-parameters so the settings won't survive a reboot.)+parameters so the settings won't survive a reboot.
 <​code>​mkdisk -u -k filename.dmk <​code>​mkdisk -u -k filename.dmk
 mkdisk -u -k MMCPM231.DSK</​code>​\\ ​ mkdisk -u -k MMCPM231.DSK</​code>​\\ ​

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