CP/M

The Tiki 100 is a Z80-based Norwegian microcomputer from the mid 1980s intended for eductional use. It mostly ran an unbranded CP/M clone, and uses fairly normal CP/M disks — IBM scheme and from 128 to 512 bytes per sector depending on the precise format.

Options

  • Format variants:
    • 90: 90kB 40-track 18-sector SSSD
    • 200: 200kB 40-track 10-sector SSDD
    • 400: 400kB 40-track 10-sector DSDD
    • 800: 800kB 80-track 10-sector DSDD

Examples

To read:

  • fluxengine read tiki --90 -s drive:0 -o tiki.img
  • fluxengine read tiki --200 -s drive:0 -o tiki.img
  • fluxengine read tiki --400 -s drive:0 -o tiki.img
  • fluxengine read tiki --800 -s drive:0 -o tiki.img

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