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    Default Kermit 80 for Kaypro

    Hi,
    Just wondering if anyone has a disk image (IMD, IMG, HFE) for Kermit for the Kaypro that they could possibly email me.

    Cheers
    Phil
    retro computing at: www.neoncluster.com ....is dead

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    Id be interested in that disk image as well Nama if you come across it. Thanks.

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    Hi VERAULT,
    No luck yet unfortunately.
    Will let you know.
    retro computing at: www.neoncluster.com ....is dead

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    Not a disk image, but here's the files for a Kaypro II version. If you have a PC and a copy of 22DISK you can copy it to a floppy.

    http://www.classiccmp.org/cpmarchive...PRO/II/KERMIT/
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    It's fairly straightforward to build for the Kaypro, I don't have mine set up at the moment or I'd grab an image of my Kermit disk.

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    Thanks guys,
    Thanks for your advice. I ended up using 22Disk and the files linked above and created a floppy containing Kermit. I also included PCget.com and PCput.com.
    I then pip'ed the contents over from the real floppy to my Gotek HxC into a blank formatted floppy image.
    It was a little hit and miss as the drive in my PC is actually a HD drive which isn't recommended, and it took a couple of goes before I could PIP all the files across.

    VERAULT, if you want to PM me your email, I'll send you the .HFE file.

    Thanks again everyone.

    Phil
    retro computing at: www.neoncluster.com ....is dead

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