Geneve drive remapping

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REMAP allows a disk I/O device to be mapped to any DSK1...DSK9 device number. Usage is as follows either in an AUTOEXEC file or at the GeneveOS Command Line prompt.

REMAP <number><DRIVE>
A Floppy #1 Any floppy-only controller
B Floppy #2 Any floppy-only controller
C Floppy #3 Any floppy-only controller
D Floppy #4 Any floppy-only controller that supports 4 floppies
E Internal Geneve Ramdisk
F Internal Horizon Ramdisk 8 bit CRU >1400 256K
G Internal Horizon Ramdisk 8 bit CRU >1600 256K
H Internal Rave Ramdisk
I HFDC Emulate File
J HFDC Floppy #1
K HFDC Floppy #2
L HFDC Floppy #3
M HFDC Floppy #4
N Internal Horizon Ramdisk 16 bit CRU >1400
O Internal Horizon Ramdisk 16 bit CRU >1600
P Internal Horizon Ramdisk 16 bit CRU >1000
Q Internal Horizon Ramdisk 16 bit CRU >1700
R Internal Horizon Ramdisk 16 bit CRU >1800
S Internal Horizon Ramdisk 16 bit CRU >1900
T PFM FlashDisk #1
U Reserved for PFM #2
V Reserved for Future Expansion
W TIPI DSK1 TIPI CRU >1800
X TIPI DSK2 TIPI CRU >1800
Y TIPI DSK3 TIPI CRU >1800
Z TIPI DSK4 TIPI CRU >1800

Examples

REMAP 1W       Maps DSK1 to TIPI DSK1 (assumes PI.CONFIG has entry)
REMAP 4Q       Maps DSK4 to a 16 bit HRD at CRU >1700

(taken from the GeneveOS 7.30 manual)