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 ====== cc1541 ====== ====== cc1541 ======
  
-c1541 works fine for most purposes, but some of the better coders around says it is buggy, and thus there is also [[https://​csdb.dk/​release/?​id=173916|cc1541]]. cc1541 also supports some more advanced options which gives you better control over how the files are actually laid out onto the image. The available options go like this:+c1541 works fine for most purposes, but some of the better coders around says it is buggy, and thus there is also [[https://​csdb.dk/​release/?​id=181282|cc1541]]. cc1541 also supports some more advanced options which gives you better control over how the files are actually laid out onto the image. The available options go like this:
  
 <​code>​ <​code>​
-*** This is cc1541 version ​2.built on Jan 12 2019 ***+*** This is cc1541 version ​3.built on Sep  1 2019 ***
  
-Usage: cc1541 -niFSsfeErbcwlxtdu45q ​image.[d64|g64|d71]+Usage: cc1541 -niwfoVTPOlBMmdtuxFsSeErbc45gqvh ​image.[d64|d71|d81]
  
--n diskname ​  Disk name, default='​DEFAULT'. +-n diskname ​  Disk name, default='​cc1541'. 
--i id         Disk ID, default='​LODIS'.+-i id         Disk ID, default='​00 2a'
 +-w localname ​ Write local file to disk, if filename is not set then the 
 +              local name is used. After file written, the filename is unset. 
 +-f filename ​  Use filename as name when writing next file, use prefix # to 
 +              include arbitrary PETSCII characters (e.g. -f "​START#​a0,​8,​1"​). 
 +-o            Do not overwrite if file with same name exists already. 
 +-V            Do not modify image unless it is in valid CBM DOS format. 
 +-T filetype ​  ​Filetype for next file, allowed parameters are PRG, SEQ, USR, REL 
 +              and DEL. For DEL, the input file is ignored. Default is PRG. 
 +-P            Set write protect flag for next file. 
 +-O            Set open flag for next file. 
 +-l filename ​  Write loop file (an additional dir entry) to existing file to 
 +              disk, set filename with -f. 
 +-B numblocks ​ Write the given value as file size in blocks to the directory for 
 +              the next file. 
 +-M numchars ​  Hash computation maximum filename length, this must 
 +              match loader option FILENAME_MAXLENGTH in Krill'​s Loader. 
 +              Default is 16. 
 +-m            Ignore filename hash collisions, without this switch a collision 
 +              results in an error. 
 +-d track      Maintain a shadow directory (copy of the actual directory without 
 +              a valid BAM). 
 +-t            Use dirtrack to also store files (makes -x useless) (default no). 
 +-u numblocks ​ When using -t, amount of dir blocks to leave free (default=2). 
 +-x            Don't split files over dirtrack hole (default split files).
 -F            Next file first sector on a new track (default=3). -F            Next file first sector on a new track (default=3).
               Any negative value assumes aligned tracks and uses current               Any negative value assumes aligned tracks and uses current
-              sector + interleave. +              sector + interleave. After each file, the value falls back to the 
-              ​After each file, the value falls back to the default.+              ​default. Not applicable for D81.
 -S value      Default sector interleave, default=10. -S value      Default sector interleave, default=10.
               At track end, reduces this by 1 to accomodate large tail gap.               At track end, reduces this by 1 to accomodate large tail gap.
-              If negative, no special treatment of tail gap.+              If negative, no special treatment of tail gap.  Not applicable for 
 +              D81.
 -s value      Next file sector interleave, valid after each file. -s value      Next file sector interleave, valid after each file.
               At track end, reduces this by 1 to accomodate large tail gap.               At track end, reduces this by 1 to accomodate large tail gap.
               If negative, no special treatment of tail gap.               If negative, no special treatment of tail gap.
               The interleave value falls back to the default value set by -S               The interleave value falls back to the default value set by -S
-              after the first sector of the next file. +              after the first sector of the next file. Not applicable for D81.
--f filename ​  Use filename as name when writing next file, use prefix # to +
-              include arbitrary PETSCII characters (e.g. -f "​START#​a0,​8,​1"​).+
 -e            Start next file on an empty track (default start sector is -e            Start next file on an empty track (default start sector is
               current sector plus interleave).               current sector plus interleave).
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 -r track      Restrict next file blocks to the specified track or higher. -r track      Restrict next file blocks to the specified track or higher.
 -b sector ​    Set next file beginning sector to the specified value. -b sector ​    Set next file beginning sector to the specified value.
 +              Not applicable for D81.
 -c            Save next file cluster-optimized (d71 only). -c            Save next file cluster-optimized (d71 only).
--w localname ​ Write local file to disk, if filename is not set then the 
-              local name is used. After file written, the filename is unset. 
--l filename ​  Write loop file (an additional dir entry) to existing file to 
-              disk, set filename with -f. 
--x            Don't split files over dirtrack hole (default split files). 
--t            Use dirtrack to also store files (makes -x useless) (default no). 
--d track      Maintain a shadow directory (copy of the actual directory). 
--u numblocks ​ When using -t, amount of dir blocks to leave free (default=2). 
 -4            Use tracks 35-40 with SPEED DOS BAM formatting. -4            Use tracks 35-40 with SPEED DOS BAM formatting.
 -5            Use tracks 35-40 with DOLPHIN DOS BAM formatting. -5            Use tracks 35-40 with DOLPHIN DOS BAM formatting.
 +-g filename ​  Write additional g64 output file with given name.
 -q            Be quiet. -q            Be quiet.
 +-v            Be verbose.
 +-h            Print this commandline help.
 </​code>​ </​code>​
 ====== mkd64 ====== ====== mkd64 ======
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