O.K. HERE ARE THE LOCATIONS IN DOS THAT THE MICRON CHANGED. WHAT I AM GIVING YOU ARE THE CORRECT POKES. I HAVE INSERED THESE IN AN EXEC FILE AFTER CAT-FUR HANGS UP. 41177,141 41178,102 41179,170 44452,22 44605,21 44315,32 44316,182 44317,176 I AM SURE THAT ALL OF THESE ARE NOT REQUIRED, BUT I AM TOO LAZY TO TRY TO FIGURE OUT WHICH ONE(S) ARE, SO I JUST RESET THEM ALL.
Quite a few of you have asked for the pokes this system is running on. Well
your wait is over, here they are. To get AE to run with your BBS, try thison AE 4.2. Micromodem II Novation Apple-cat 1146,39 1146,39 1274,99 1274,99 1403,139 1402,1 1530,5 1530,5 1658,4 1658,4 (300 baud) 1786,0 1658,5 (1200 baud) 1914,1 1786,0 2042,1 1914,1
2042,0 248,peek(27) 255,peek(27)
If you want to run Cat-fur 2.2 from a BBS try these. 254,32 2047,187 2046,X X = The value of the access you wish to give user. He can then only
access the volumes where 'X' is equal or greater than the value stored in the file '@ACC' on that volume. All '@ACC' on The Pirate Chip are values of 0.
For those of you who run AE and Cat-fur from a hard drive, you may encounter a problem where AE will not change volumes after Cat-fur is run. To overcome this, use these. 41177,141 41178,102 41179,170 44452,22 44605,21 44315,32 44316,182 44317,176 These are the locations in DOS that The Micron changed when running Cat-fur, these pokes should reset DOS to normal. I hope this helps you in setting up your own system. If you find any omissions or somthing you wish to add, PLEASE let me know. Philip F. Esterhaus System Operator 'The Pirate Chip' (206) 734-7468