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By Gradius2

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16-01-2021, 23:40

Manuel wrote:

If you remove duplicates based on sha1sum (so on content), nothing will break.

It will, because many have different names with the very same SHA1.

By tfh

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16-01-2021, 23:44

Gradius2 wrote:
Manuel wrote:

If you remove duplicates based on sha1sum (so on content), nothing will break.

It will, because many have different names with the very same SHA1.

Catapult/OpenMSX uses them based on their SHA1, not based on their filename.

By Gradius2

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16-01-2021, 23:58

tfh wrote:

Catapult/OpenMSX uses them based on their SHA1, not based on their filename.

Really? That would be great... going to test/confirm that now.

Btw, I'm still missing this one (I like it to have complete):
ROM: hx-34_disk.rom
SHA1: c88ef953b21370cbaef5e82575d093d6f9047ec6

By Gradius2

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17-01-2021, 02:31

Yep, confirmed.

However, I found a strange SHA1.

Generic MSX RS-232
svi-738_rs232.rom
9de525e042d7345f6b725a696bd1b6fef69ecbf1

The only one available (or have found) is 4E9384C9D137F0AB65FFC5A78F04CD8C9DF6C8B7, as in:
https://github.com/openMSX/openMSX/blob/master/share/machine...

And Catapult indeed accepted that (last) one.

By Manuel

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17-01-2021, 13:40

See https://github.com/openMSX/openMSX/commit/62618b25318d15739f...
Note that it's not Catapult which decides, it's openMSX itself. Catapult just asks openMSX to try the config.

By enribar

Paragon (1108)

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17-01-2021, 17:28

Quick Disk drive BIOS preservation:
Philips VY-0002 QDD
Yeno DPQ-380 QDD
Dumps available in www.msxit.org
I dumped with Saverom - Normal - 0000-FFFF , so please cut yourself the blank and repeated blocks.
Maybe the reverse engineering on these roms could help to discover how to dump QD diskettes, in other words, I have many QDs and I'd like to preserve them using an utility "from QD to FD".

By enribar

Paragon (1108)

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17-01-2021, 18:13

RS-232C BIOS preservation:
Toshiba HX-R700
Dump available in www.msxit.org
I dumped with Saverom - Normal - 0000-FFFF , so please cut yourself the blank and repeated blocks.

By Manuel

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17-01-2021, 19:01

That R700 is identical to the one in the Pioneer UC-V102. Interesting! Smile

By Gradius2

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17-02-2021, 10:27

I'm still missing:
machine: Toshiba_HX-34

ROM: hx-34_disk.rom
SHA1: c88ef953b21370cbaef5e82575d093d6f9047ec6

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