czietz wrote:Why do you have to reboot to get into the selector, anyway? Can't you simply run HXCFEMNG.PRG? I'd have to check but iirc (for my Gotek with HxC firmware at least) the program also runs from HD. (Of course the floppy images themselves have to be on the USB stick / SD card.)
Marakatti wrote:You can fill all available "slots" using the autoboot software with several disk images. When using Atari, just select your desired image with "previous" or "next" buttons from the HxC hardware. You can also browse the directory with the SD LCD display version of HxC, but it's not very practical if the filenames are long.
Peter Putnik has coded a Floppy Image Runner a few years ago. See more from his website
simonsunnyboy wrote:That would be the way to go. I haven't checked yet if there are files on the AUTOBOOT.hfe. I assumed it was a trackloaded thing because of the loading bar....
I am looking for an hd loadedable program with exit to desktop.
czietz wrote:Sometimes I feel I'm talking to myself here.
EDIT: As soon as YouTube finishes processing, you can see a video of HXCFEMNG.PRG running from hard disk and exiting to the Desktop. This is on the MegaSTE, though. I don't know if they are compatibility issues with the Falcon.
https://youtu.be/ec60gYgVu6k -- please excuse the shaky handheld camera
simonsunnyboy wrote: and a loader/OUT.ST file, i think that is the AUTOBOOT.hfe equivalent?
simonsunnyboy wrote:I miss a readme how to compile here...anyway I got somewhere after locating the binary references in the makefiles.
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