[TUHS] question about SIMH tapes

Kenneth Stailey kstailey at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 25 00:34:45 AEST 2003

Hi Wolfgang,

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--- Wolfgang Helbig <helbig at Informatik.BA-Stuttgart.DE> wrote:
> Just to keep it Unix-like, I wrote enblock, which takes a file in stdin
> a produces a tape file on stdout in SIMH-format. It takes one option,
> the block size, which defaults to 512. It writes an end of file mark
> after each run. To write more than one file on one tape, type
>  	enblock <file1 >tape ; enblock <file2 >>tape
> to write an end of tape mark, type
> 	enblock </dev/null >>tape
> You'll find enblock.c at
> 	http://www.ba-stuttgart.de/~helbig/os/v6/enblock.c
> >Hi,
> >
> >Harti's p11 comes with mktape which when given a control file will turn a
> set
> >of files into a tape image.  Is there anything like this for SIMH PDP-11?
> >
> >Thanks,
> >Ken
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