SystemDisc 1.01 released
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Piccolo Systems has announced the immediate release of SystemDisc 1.01.
SystemDisc is a general-purpose tool for managing the system software on modern RISC OS systems. The benefits of using SystemDisc over the pre-existing solutions include:
- Easily and quickly initialise new SD cards for booting your RISC OS system, entirely from within RISC OS
- Detect and fix common problems
- Use the entirety of large SD cards for RISC OS data
- Bring the benefits enjoyed by Raspberry Pi users, who don’t require a separate boot USB stick in addition to an SD card, to other RISC OS platforms – you get the increased speed of SDFS, and less clutter on your desk too!
You can read more about CloneDisc here: http://piccolosystems.com/disctools/systemdisc
This is a bugfix release, and mainly affects those wishing to create very large boot cards – 64 GB or larger.
- Fixed failure to format the boot partition with certain combinations of format parameters – this manifested itself as an endless hourglass
- No longer offers to create boot partitions larger than 4 GB; these could not be accessed as an image file under FileCore E+ format
- When launching the ROOL downloads web page, now scrolls to the section that holds the disc archives
- Fixed failure to launch FormatDisc correctly (when it becomes available!)
SystemDisc 1.01 is a free upgrade for existing customers: find it at http://piccolosystems.com/downloads