This is the 2.1 version of CBM-Command
Both D64 and D80 image files can be downloaded.
The D64 doesn't have the PET/CBM ports of the programs.
CBM-Command cannot create 8050 disks, yet; but, the image is provided, anyway.
The ZIP file download is a compressed version of the D64. It can be used to "bootstrap" CBM-Command on a Commodore computer, without moving it through a big PC computer.
It was compressed by Pasi Ojala's PuZip
program. It should be decompressed by his gUnZip
program, directly onto a 1541 disk.gUnZip's web pageNew Features
Changes from 2.1rc2
- It can detect the formats of Creative Micro Design's partitions and sd2iec's disk images.
- It knows automatically when to create either single-sided (D64) or double-sided (D71) images.
- CBM 8050 and CBM 8250 (SFD-1001) disk copier.
Changes from 2.1rc1
- After showing a message, the status line always will let you know when you have tapped the RETURN-key.
Changes from 2.0
- It won't create a sub-directory with a null name.
- A better help file.
- Fixed batch delete: it can remove many more files in one pass.
- After a rename, it shows both the new and old names (you can verify that you changed what you wanted to change).
- It is better at catching and reporting disk/file errors.
- It is less likely to be jammed by missing drives.
- It has improved support for RELative files.
- It copies all of the data in IDE64 files.
- The panels show the disks' format codes.
- The image creater says which image format it plans to make. Now, it tells you before it asks for a file-name (to remind you about which suffix to use in the name).
- Cleaner VIC-20 screens.
- It can trigger the write-and-replace bug.
- It can't create or write back D80 and D82 images.
- It can't create or read images with error-blocks or extended tracks.
- The REL-file copier doesn't truncate old target files that have the same record size as the new file.
- It will try to copy DEL files if they are selected.
- Errors don't stop batch operations; the file is skipped.