Dd is a Linux utility that comes with all unix/Linux systems built in. RawWrite would be one equivalent for Windows users. On Mac,I think you have dd as well. Hth Cheers, Norm. -- Sent from my Android device with K-9 Mail. Please excuse my brevity.
Davide, dd is a utility program that allows you to dump raw file systems or partitions to image files and back. It is a standard program that comes with all Unix and Linux systems. It is available as near function-equivalent implementations on Windows systems as well:
Of course I misunderstood and I thought Wolfgang was referring to a floppy disk transfer. Can you please provide the link for the download of this "DD" utility? Thanks Davide -Messaggio originale- Da: Ql-Users [mailto:ql-users-boun...@lists.q-v-d.com] Per conto di Peter Graf via
Davide wrote: > Having had to transfer a full QL system based on SGC/Qubide to .win with 150 > Mb, using DD would have been quite a nightmare. Why should dd be a nightmare? Are you aware that dd means a utility program, not floppies? > [...] > I understand the effort to write such sw might