I've been using CAT.DOCTOR to sort the root directory on my ProDOS floppy boot volume, to specify which particular system files are loaded.
However, CAT.DOCTOR appears to be incompatible with Dan's Apple2Card. I'm not in front of my Franklin at the moment, so I can't report the exact error that it throws when I try to read in the root directory -- but it does bomb out.
Before I start reverse-engineering CAT.DOCTOR, is there a workalike that I can test to see if it works?
Strange, I can't see any problems running CAT.DOCTOR that comes with ProDOS 2.4.2 and the Dan ][ Controller:
Hmmm. I'm getting a "MLI Error: $46 file not found" for all operations the first time, and for subsequent attempts it's error $00.
For what it's worth, BITSY.BOOT doesn't appear to work when booted from the Dan ][ either. Perhaps there's something slightly wrong with my card (although everything beside those two appears to work okay). I'm not running it in a //e; it's in a Franklin so all bets are off.
Thanks for the input :)
BITSY.BOOT works for me perfectly too. (Tested with the Dan ][ Controller in slot 6 and the Apple II floppy drive in slot 5.)