YMODEM
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YMODEM (MSX-DOS 1 Tool)

Contents

Description

It's a MSX-DOS 1 tool created by Arnould Jagerman for the Philips NMS 1250 modem. A MSX2 or higher computer is required.

You can find it on the disk corresponding to MSX Club Magazine 28 in the compressed file YMODEM14.ARC

Command

Effect

Launches a terminal program enabling to transfer files using the Xmodem and Ymodem protocols.

Syntax

YMODEM

Usage

YMODEM - help screen

This command does not take parameters.

Useful keys:

  • A = Make connection to another modem
  • B = CAll the BBS selected with the cursors
  • C = Change general settings: loudspeaker, beep, automatic hanging, logfile status (LOGBOEK.TXT and LOGBOEK.BAK), contents of function keys, download drive, upload drive, logfile drive, questions to save logfile, redial time
  • D = List contents of directory
  • I = Save the general settings in the INSTEL.INI file (after C key)
  • O = Wait for call from another modem
  • R = Call a series of BBS (you need to enter manually the phone numbers)
  • S = Save the BBS list in the BBSFILE.INI file
  • W = Modify the data and settings for the BBS selected with the cursors: name, phone number, baud rates, protocol, inlog text, linking
  • ESC = Quit YMODEM
  • GRAPH + A = ASCII Upload
  • GRAPH + C = Change general settings
  • GRAPH + D = Display directory
  • GRAPH + E = Change echo
  • GRAPH + H = Toggle main screen / help screen
  • GRAPH + I = Send inlog text
  • GRAPH + K = Xmodem -1k Upload
  • GRAPH + L = Logfile enable / disable
  • GRAPH + O = Disconnect
  • GRAPH + T = Online time display
  • GRAPH + U = Xmodem Upload
  • GRAPH + X = Xmodem (-1k) Download
  • GRAPH + Y = Ymodem Download
  • F10 = Stop / Reset XOFF reception

Related to

KERMIT, KERMITR, TRONMOD, XMODEM

Environment

  • MSX2 and higher with a modem
  • MSX-DOS 1 / MSX-DOS 2 / Nextor