You start GoDot by typing the command: load "godot",8.

Without the file "godot" you cannot boot - neither after resetting the machine. "godot" has to execute important tasks:

Which drive you boot from is irrelevant. At least three other files will be loaded from the same drive: the character set ("god.set"), the kernel ("god.main"), and the graphics routines ("god.upmem"). Caution: if one of these files is missing GoDot won't run and end up resetting without any comment. The forth file to load is "god.ini", or the INI file typed in as a parameter to the initial LOAD command. If neither "god.ini" nor the other is found, GoDot starts using default settings (INI table).

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Arndt Dettke

Copyright © 1997, A. Dettke, Last Updated - 07/17/97