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    Does anybody have any suggestions on where I can locate the Digital Research Programer Utilities? I'm specifically interested in RASM86.CMD, LINK86.CMD, etc. that will run in a Concurrent CP/M-86 3.1 environment.

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    If nobody else has them, I have them for both CCPM-86 and PCDOS.

    Are they on Gaby's Z80.EU web site?

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    It's available here in the TOOLS86.ZIP file:
    http://www.retroarchive.org/cpm/lang/lang.htm
    Mark, W8BIT http://saundby.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by saundby View Post
    It's available here in the TOOLS86.ZIP file:
    http://www.retroarchive.org/cpm/lang/lang.htm
    I recall that DRI was handing the programmer's toolkit free gratis at some trade show. At least that's where I got mine.

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    They were. In fact, I got one at I believe 1981 Wescon since it was in SF. They later mailed me another. I gave one away, then forgot another at a job site so now I have neither.
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    I found everything I was looking for on Gabby's site. Thank you Chuck for 22disk as I used it to copy the files up to my 8" FDD emulator platform for the CompuPro to read and execute.

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