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Old 23 September 2005, 11:59   #1
andreas
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Arrow rawread: Making use of partial raw images

When rawread is told to do a raw dump of an Amiga disk, it will create an extended ADF. That is a fact.

Though, if -- because of space limits with old Amigas like mine -- rawread is only told to image some chunks by calling it this way:

rawread -f dsk -s 0 -e 44 -r -x -1

it will *ALWAYS* (!!) write a UAE-1ADF header, i. e. even for every partial image, if s > 0!
This is awkward, as there is no way anymore to *simply* concatenate these three parts

Toni ... might there be any way to just CHOP OFF the header from the 2nd and 3rd image and then assemble the three again?
If so, how many bytes do I have to chop off then?

TIA...

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