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Old 27 February 2018, 11:52   #461
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lol Dennis the Knight heh ? Yes i'm descending from normand and english roots
We had a character in comics (still do, I think!) called Dennis the Menace. You're pretty close to that
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Old 27 February 2018, 11:56   #462
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So who is scripting a simple compare with TOSEC (or doing it manually) to see what is new in this BS1 collection http://www.amigaclub.be/bs1/cleaned/list.html
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Old 27 February 2018, 15:21   #463
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So who is scripting a simple compare with TOSEC (or doing it manually) to see what is new in this BS1 collection http://www.amigaclub.be/bs1/cleaned/list.html
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Old 27 February 2018, 15:39   #464
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So who is scripting a simple compare with TOSEC (or doing it manually) to see what is new in this BS1 collection http://www.amigaclub.be/bs1/cleaned/list.html
You can do so yourself: http://www.amigaclub.be/tosec/
Ok ... maybe I should add 7zip support to that ...
But it's a good point - I'll add the TOSEC status to the list in a next update.
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Old 27 February 2018, 22:56   #465
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You can do so yourself: http://www.amigaclub.be/tosec/
Ok ... maybe I should add 7zip support to that ...
But it's a good point - I'll add the TOSEC status to the list in a next update.
Man, your tool is great !
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Old 28 February 2018, 00:14   #466
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You can do so yourself: http://www.amigaclub.be/tosec/
Ok ... maybe I should add 7zip support to that ...
But it's a good point - I'll add the TOSEC status to the list in a next update.
Wasn't aware of this.
Wow. Serious coolness factor.
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Old 28 February 2018, 01:39   #467
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Maybe not a bad idea.
Thanks SimonV for adding the cleaned file list as it makes it a lot easier to see what files were in tosec and if they were fixed and who they were cracked by.

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Man, your tool is great !
ROLF! ROLF! Hahahaha, my sides hurt!
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Old 28 February 2018, 11:59   #469
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So who is scripting a simple compare with TOSEC (or doing it manually) to see what is new in this BS1 collection http://www.amigaclub.be/bs1/cleaned/list.html
Oh you mean a tool like this?

One day I will release it.. :-P
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ROLF! ROLF! Hahahaha, my sides hurt!
Man, first time one of my comment make somebody so happy !

Have a look at this : http://www.bmj.com/content/347/bmj.f7274 .
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Someone here can confirm that this tool is reliable to create ADFs ?

http://amigakit.amiga.store/catalog/...roducts_id=440

I add: is it able too read / write back NDOS disks ?

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Someone here can confirm that this tool is reliable to create ADFs ?

http://amigakit.amiga.store/catalog/...roducts_id=440
The EasyADF tool is not as handy for transferring large amounts of disks as Icy's diskripper, especially if the disks contain errors, but of course you can buy that and use it to get diskripper onto the Amiga.

Then you can dump the disks with diskripper and you have a bootable floppy with PCMCIA compactflash drivers so you can get the adfs out of the Amiga.

If you already have a method of getting data to/from an Amiga, then perhaps you might want to roll your own solution. The PCMCIA adapter is nothing special.

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Yes, but only non-copyprotected NDOS disks.

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So, the question now become: is diskripper able to write back ADFs ?

Indeed i'm searching for a tool that is able to do both the things, read and write the disks
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Diskripper does not write anything back.

You will always compromise on the reading, if you insist on using the same tool for both directions.
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It doesn't exist a tool that is able to do in the same good way the reading and the writing operations ?
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Writing is writing, either verify succeeds or it doesn't. If it doesn't, then you throw away the disk and use a different one. Any adf writing tool with verify is just as good as the other.

Reading is a more difficult task, the data is on this unique precious disk and it could be the last copy of that data in the world, so you want to have a good strategy for approaching the data to get it out.

You obviously have a good reason why these two tasks must be performed by the same tool, but you are not communicating this and it is not obvious to me why it must be the same tool.

Unfortunately I must say that diskripper is the best tool for reading on the Amiga and it doesn't write, so your ideal solution does not exist.
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I understood

Reading of ADF is much more important of writing it

So, summarizing, you suggest me to use Diskripper for the reading and anything else for the writing

Ok, thanks for all the infos Jope
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No problem, I hope you find a workflow that suits you the best.
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Thanks SimonV for adding the cleaned file list as it makes it a lot easier to see what files were in tosec and if they were fixed and who they were cracked by.

Thank Steffest ... I have like two left hands what building websites is concerned.
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