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Old 25 February 2018, 14:45   #441
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Will you guys be uploading contents text file list for all the cleaned ones with their TOSEC names as well??
Maybe not a bad idea.
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Old 26 February 2018, 10:00   #442
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To convert raw to adf:

dtc -m1 -fINPUTFILENAME -i0 -fOUTPUTFILE.adf -i5 -l8

If you have track00.0.raw, your input filename would be track

If you have mycoolfile00.0.raw, the input filename would be mycoolfile

DTC is a bit unique in the way how it doesn't allow spaces between the switch and the parameter.
This is valid for Kryoflux Stream file but not for single CT RAW like the ones in archive 80-81 of the Bamiga Sector 1 collection.Is there a way to convert them to .ADF?
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Old 26 February 2018, 11:16   #443
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You could try the HxC utility for that. Runs in Windows, MacOS and you can get it to run in Linux through Wine.

http://hxc2001.com/download/floppy_d...tor/index.html -> HxCFloppyEmulator_soft.zip
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Old 26 February 2018, 12:42   #444
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Yes, I already tried and the resulting ADF didn't work in emulator.I loaded the RAW image setting parameters manually since drag&drop gave me an error.I think CT RAW images cannot properly converted to ADF (Kryoflux stream .RAW can be instead).
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Old 26 February 2018, 12:50   #445
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Question because I am confused: It there a reason to check the web page now that is shows 100%? Or that part is finished and anything else (additional cleanups and renames) is a "separate" project?
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Old 26 February 2018, 14:09   #446
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Question because I am confused: It there a reason to check the web page now that is shows 100%? Or that part is finished and anything else (additional cleanups and renames) is a "separate" project?
I'm really part of the group responsible for any of this but I've read in this topic that the cleaning is a different person who volunteered the task.

Checking back regularly will reveal when Newly cleaned content has been added, like BS1 Part 25 cleaned is recent. No announcements being made on that front. So if you want the cleaned collection, it's worth checking back like once a week perhaps.

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Old 26 February 2018, 14:49   #447
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Hey!
I updated the BS1 collection page so you can better keep track of things:
  • The "cleaning progress" now has a second progress bar.
  • Beneath that bar the last added cleaned part and the date is noted.
  • The content list of each cleaned part can now be accessed.
  • The content of ALL available cleaned parts is at http://www.amigaclub.be/bs1/cleaned/list.html

Please note that the cleaning currently is a One-Man-Show (a BIG thanks to Denis Lechevalier who is taking care of that) so it will take a while ...

Cheers!
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Old 26 February 2018, 15:26   #448
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Great job!I wonder if other treasures from dead BBS Amiga groups are hidden somewhere.
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Old 26 February 2018, 15:26   #449
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[...] Please note that the cleaning currently is a One-Man-Show (a BIG thanks to Denis Lechevalier who is taking care of that) so it will take a while ... [...]
This name suits him well (post #303).
Yes, BIG thanks !
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Old 26 February 2018, 15:38   #450
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He is part of MAME Dumping Union Team like me...
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Old 26 February 2018, 16:04   #451
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Hey!
I updated the BS1 collection page so you can better keep track of things:
  • The "cleaning progress" now has a second progress bar.
  • Beneath that bar the last added cleaned part and the date is noted.
  • The content list of each cleaned part can now be accessed.
  • The content of ALL available cleaned parts is at http://www.amigaclub.be/bs1/cleaned/list.html

Please note that the cleaning currently is a One-Man-Show (a BIG thanks to Denis Lechevalier who is taking care of that) so it will take a while ...

Cheers!
Steffest
Most excellent! Thanks for the updated page. Above and beyond. thanks for this entire effort.
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Old 26 February 2018, 16:20   #452
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Great. Thanks.
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Old 26 February 2018, 16:46   #453
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a BIG thanks to Denis Lechevalier who is taking care of that
His name translates to English absolutely hilariously (we don't have that profession in England though we do have names like Smith and Cooper which run along similar, though less gory, lines... well, apart from the surname "Butcher" the only occurrence of which is probably in a bad UK soap opera!)
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Old 26 February 2018, 19:09   #454
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What do you use, guys for repairing ADF with bad sector?X-Copy perhaps?And for checking for virus?
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Old 26 February 2018, 20:21   #455
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What do you use, guys for repairing ADF with bad sector?X-Copy perhaps?
Probably bad formulated question!
An ADF with errors is at it is, there is no DISKCOPY tool(X-copy), which can repair.
You have to repair ADF by hand.
DOS Disk - search for files in good condition and replace affected bad ones
NDOS - search for Data in good condition and relplace affected sectors with good Data(Hex-Editor).
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Old 26 February 2018, 21:45   #456
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Sure, thanks.Is there a good program to explore/manipulate ADF files?ADF Opus is quite old.Total Commander + plugin perhaps?
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Old 26 February 2018, 21:52   #457
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You can use ADF Workshop to explore ADFs

https://www.tosecdev.org/downloads/c...5-adf-workshop
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Hey!
I updated the BS1 collection page so you can better keep track of things:
  • The "cleaning progress" now has a second progress bar.
  • Beneath that bar the last added cleaned part and the date is noted.
  • The content list of each cleaned part can now be accessed.
  • The content of ALL available cleaned parts is at http://www.amigaclub.be/bs1/cleaned/list.html

Please note that the cleaning currently is a One-Man-Show (a BIG thanks to Denis Lechevalier who is taking care of that) so it will take a while ...

Cheers!
Steffest

Do you will update your Archive.org page?
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Old 27 February 2018, 01:12   #459
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Sure, thanks.Is there a good program to explore/manipulate ADF files?ADF Opus is quite old.Total Commander + plugin perhaps?
Ave ! Caius Fabricius
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Old 27 February 2018, 01:14   #460
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His name translates to English absolutely hilariously (we don't have that profession in England though we do have names like Smith and Cooper which run along similar, though less gory, lines... well, apart from the surname "Butcher" the only occurrence of which is probably in a bad UK soap opera!)
lol Dennis the Knight heh ? Yes i'm descending from normand and english roots
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