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(New page: This one-liner creates an image of a Model 100/102 laptop's RAM in well less than one minute. This variant is tailored for NADSBox: Image:dmprmn.png What good is it? * Saving an in...)
 
 
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This one-liner creates an image of a Model 100/102 laptop's RAM in well less than one minute.
 
This one-liner creates an image of a Model 100/102 laptop's RAM in well less than one minute.
  
This variant is tailored for NADSBox:
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This variant is tailored for NADSBox (credit for the integer optimization is given to M.H. Stein):
  
[[Image:dmprmn.png]]
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[[Image:dmprmn.png|right|frame|Dump all RAM to NADSBox]]
  
 
What good is it?
 
What good is it?
  
* Saving an instance of your computer to send to another programmer for debugging purposes
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* Teleportation: Save an instance of your computer to send to your friend
* The basis of an backup tool
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* Backup your whole computer in one shot
  
Interesting related ideas:
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I have successfully loaded an image of a real 102 into VirtualT using the memory editor.
  
* Write a program that loads the file back up on a real laptop
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Exercises:
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* Load the file back up on a real laptop
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* Traverse the directory and regenerate all .DO and/or .CO files

Latest revision as of 22:07, 4 January 2009

This one-liner creates an image of a Model 100/102 laptop's RAM in well less than one minute.

This variant is tailored for NADSBox (credit for the integer optimization is given to M.H. Stein):

Dump all RAM to NADSBox

What good is it?

  • Teleportation: Save an instance of your computer to send to your friend
  • Backup your whole computer in one shot

I have successfully loaded an image of a real 102 into VirtualT using the memory editor.

Exercises:

  • Load the file back up on a real laptop
  • Traverse the directory and regenerate all .DO and/or .CO files