CP/M- and Amstrad-related stuff
Another page of vaguely CP/M-related stuff.
Links to other people's stuff
- John Elliott's
SCB, and the
Amstrad CPC/PCW and Spectrum +3
(a viable alternative to getting hold of the now almost unobtainable book
The Amstrad CP/M Plus by Clarke and Powys-Lybbe). Also a
archive containing numerous files unavailable elsewhere; various
year 2000 fixes; an
implementation of CP/M for the
and a PCW
emulator for DOS, MacOS, and Unix.
- Unofficial CP/M page; among
other things, contains such CP/M source, binaries, and documentation
as can be found. (Current mirrors:
- An archive of orphaned
commercial software for CP/M. Also has the contents of the Walnut
Creek CP/M CDROM.
- Richard Fairhurst had a
PCW hardware reference.
- Ian Macdonald has a
containing all sorts of links and other goodies (including the 8000
series circuit diagrams).
- Frank van Empel
has many PCW DIY projects and various software.
- Official and
Amstrad pages. Information and resources (setup discs etc) for all
Amstrad computers including the PcW16 and old Amstrad PCs.
- Ansible Information
produce a range of programs for writers for PCWs and PCs. There's
available there, as well as all the old
columns from 8000 Plus (and the new ones from
- Locoscript Software
(now owned by SD Microsystems)
have their PCW catalogue online.
- The magazine PCW Today
had a site with news and stuff.
- Michael Haardt's
package to use CP/M filesystems from Unix.
is the newsgroup most relevant to CPCs, PCWs and such. Most of the
discussion is about CPCs but people knowledgeable about most Amstrad
machines (including PCWs) do read it. (FAQ
- comp.os.cpm is a newsgroup for
more general CP/M discussion. (FAQ
site; old mirror.)
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