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After making the changes, the board worked properly the first time. I booted up OS-9/68K, and was told that 1012K of RAM was present. It seems that osy CP-08 68008 board hides L2K of the RAM, which is therefore not available to the system. I have no memory test programs, but since loading an OS-9 module involves a CRC calculation to check module integrity, I simply loaded the memory with many programs to make sure the RAM was working. As you might expect, a full megabyte of RAM is going to be very useful. RAM disk drivers are included in 0S-9/68K, so I reconfigured my system with a 256K RAM disk. I then changed my startup file to move everything from my DEFS, LIB, and SYS directories to the RAM disk, and to load many commonly used utilities, the screen editor, and the various C compiler phases into RAM, After all this, I still have about 3 50K free, and the boot only takes about a minute. C compiles are now done with temporary files written to the RAM disk, so the only time the hard disk is accessed during a compile is when the source file is read and the final object file is written, resulting in C compiles that take only half a minute. Presenting the NSW OS-9/68K Version 1. 1 of OS-9/68K (OSK for short) is now out. If you're still running an old version, get the update.
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Doug, yes I think we agree for the most part on these issues, which is why I kept files separate so people who don't want to get involved with certain things can avoid them. Most of the software is from sourceforge, and in my original zip anyhow the stuff harvested from web archives is typically either released as freeware, or its the shareware or whatever the term I don't recall is for software that asks to be registered but is not crippled if you don't. Most things like beatdemo for example, which the site is still up for, even if you got a serial or something it's not going to "unlock" it, because its not a full version anyhow. Things like abandonware as we know it on PCs doesn't really exist on Palm OS. Given the constraints of the OS and its devices, programmers made separate versions. Some apps like Adobe Acrobat for Palm OS, the company still exists but has absolutely no interest in supporting the software anymore. I had to scour the web to find a link to that product. It was never sold to begin with, but the maker hides the links to it because they don't want to entertain the support requests. Same with the maker of DocsToGo, who did sell their software, and in fact still does, on modern platforms like android. They don't want to be bothered with Palm OS support anymore. This isn't quite the same as abandonware, because abandonware runs on hardware that is still being made.