Posts Tagged ‘Fish disk 773’

Fish-disk 773 content: Enforcer

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A tool to monitor illegal memory access for 68020/68851, 68030, and 68040 CPUs. This is a completely new Enforcer from the original idea by Bryce Nesbitt. It contains many new and wonderful features and options and no longer contains any exceptions for specific software. Enforcer can now also be used with CPU or SetCPU FASTROM or most any other MMU-Kickstart- Mapping tool. Major new output options such as local output, stdout, and parallel port. Highly optimized to be as fast as possible. This is version 37.26, containing a bug fix to version 37.25 on disk number 754. Requires V37 of the OS or better and an MMU. Author: Michael Sinz

Fish-disk 773 content: Detache

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A very small and simple utility that will detache a file from the file system. Note that this is completely different than deleting a file. In particular, Detache works even if the file system did not restart properly because of a failed validation. This happens rather frequently if the Amiga crashes during a write on a hard disk partition: you get the dreaded ‘checksum error on block xxx’ requester, and no writes are allowed to the partition. If you know the name of the guilty file (the file the faulty block belongs to) you can simply detache it, and the file system will be happy to restart. Requires OS2.04, binary only. Author: Sebastiano Vigna

Fish-disk 773 content: Ls

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

An update based wholly but loosely to the version 3.1 of Ls on disk number 236 by Justin McCormick. Includes many enhancements and bug fixes. Ls is a popular, UNIX style directory lister. This version features intelligent columnar listing, versatile sort options, UNIX-style pattern matching, recursive subdirectory listing, customized output formatting and much more! Version 4.7ljr, requires at least OS 2.04, includes source. Author: Loren J. Rittle.


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