I am using "cbmcmd23.d64" where you gave the link to CBMCommand. https://cbmcommand.codeplex.comThe one thing I don't get on it is you have 2 sides; I can never pick the destination side. It just auto-does it; and, I hope it has the right drive when I press X to copy to an image.
You have to read the bin into the sd2eic with an xr. If you have jd the command to type in on a blank line would be:
And hit return. Then boot up wheels.
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Used a new 8 GB SD card; and, with DirMaster on a PC with the 8 GB SD card, I said, make new disk, a DNP one.Saved it to the 8 GB SD card; and, drag-and-dropped the "fakehd.bin" into the new DNP image; it shows like a commodore dist in DirMaster. Then, put the SD card in my uIEC; and, @cd to that new DNP image/directory.In BASIC, on the SD card, I typed the @"XR:FAKEHD.BIN" that's in the DNP image.
If I boot GEOS from a D81 on my uIEC, a 2nd Disk icon shows up; and, I click on it. It should be the hard drive. But, it comes back with:
Operation canceled due to disk error:1:02 Drive A track 75 sector 62 (hex)
It worked! After it copied in Wheels, it said some error. I think, error #1But, I open both windows; and, they looked the same. It took about 3 hours. They both say the same K free. So, making that DNP the default size is the same as the default size making a CMD hard drive partition.I put the SD card in my PC -- that 8 GB test one -- and, copy the DNP partition to the 64 GB card; and, booted Wheels from it. It works, and without the hard drive.
I downloaded a uIEC GEOS; and, it works well with my PS2 mouse. I just need to get it to work in Wheels. But, I guess I need the driver, but no way to copy the USR mouse driver there without GEOS.That downloaded GEOS works real well on my uIEC.But, looks like no way I can pick my CMD hard drive. I like to go to the NAT partition I have Wheels installed on. Is there a way to do that with this GEOS on a d81 that runs on my uIEC?