Thinkpad T23 (and now also 600E) boots CP/M-86 (despite of Wikipedia)
This is great. And it was not done with an ancient IBM PC/XT.
It was done with a Thinkpad T23 (not the most modern one, but still working with Windows XP, and having a build-in high density floppy disk drive ...).
Here is the proof:
There is a Wikipedia Entry for a boot sector e
CP/M-86 with VMWare Player and Virtualbox 4 ? YES
Last time I followed a discussion at comp.os.cpm, subject named "Running CP/M within Linux?", it was not really related with Linux, but with running CP/M-86 in an x86 emulator.
My preferred choice is VMWare Player, so I decided to get the 1.44MB floppy image from http://www.retr
- Thinkpad T23 (and now also 600E) boots CP/M-86 (despite of Wikipedia)