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Old 03 January 2012, 19:51   #6
Leffmann
 
Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Sweden
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You can just type DF1: in the directory field, but you probably knew that already. If you instead create a new larger hard drive image and copy your Workbench installation to there, then you can work more conveniently without having to make use of an array of ADF disk images to save your files. At least to me it makes no sense using floppy disks when you have a hard drive.

In the CLI, type "copy sys: newharddrive: all clone quiet" and use the new drive and do away with the old one and reboot, then type "relabel dh0: gcc-amigaos".

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