File system used on Commodore64-compatible 1541 and 1581 drives.
Dan's 8-bit Commodore Information
File Transfer Are you looking for a way to transfer files between your C64 and a PC? If you are running Linux and have a 1581 disk drive, use cbmfs, an installable read-only filesystem module for Linux. Download it from my software page. With a 1541 drive, you can read and write MS-DOS disks if you install a jumper in your 1541 and use the 1541-dos package. With a 1571 drive and a C128, just use Craig Bruce's Little Red Reader, documented in Hacking magazine, issues four and five. Other methods are mentioned in the comp.emulators.cbm FAQ.
- Alternate Link for C= Hacking Issue 4: Zimmers FTP, C=Hacking04.txt (Local)
- Alternate Link for C= Hacking Issue 5: Zimmers FTP, C=Hacking05.txt (Local)
- cbmfs, an installable Linux kernel module implementing a read only Commodore 1541/1581 filesystem for Linux versions 1.1.86 through 2.0.39. David Weinehall has modified cbmfs to work with the 2.2.x series of kernels.
- cbmfs-0.3.tar.gz (Local)
Patch to Linux Kernel 2.2.12
- Patch-2.2.12cbmfs0.4_v4.gz (Local)
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