I hope you don't mind, Sid, but I've also added the file to my list of Commodore software resources on my blog. The direct link to the .d81 is here, it is also available by going to my blog at: istilladoremy64.chorusgrove.com/ and selecting Media from the navigation menu, to the left.
If you'd rather not me sharing the disk image on my site, Sid, just say the word and I'll remove it. Thanks so much for the update to this excellent utility!
As usual, once I release something into the wild, it loves to run back first and kick me in the face. It's about that kill command. It will work fine as long as you've used it to disable RAMDOS at least once. If the system has been freshly booted and you have not started RAMDOS yet; "kill" at this point will cause a break into the monitor. The pokes within KILL can be viewed from within the monitor because it's a DOSEDIT creation. Two of them are at 63633/34 and the other was to restore drive 8 as a system drive. That low/high combo usually points to 8192, but if RAMDOS is active it points somewhere else. It will work the way it is just don't mess with it before you start RAMDOS that first time.
I'd like to know if any of you know about *any* sort of of 1541 floppy speeder (driver) that works in 128 mode- if you know of one, and can give me a link to it I will see about speeding up the 1541 in 128 mode- or better yet do it yourself! Your program can be added to the disk if it can be installed like RAMDOS was with a patch. It's not that I'm lazy to do it myself, I'm just out of touch with where everything can be found. So please if you know of any 1541 floppy speeders then perhaps you will join me in my ongoing quest to make for an even-better experience for C128 users who have only the most rudimentary equipment. Soon I will release the source code. It it is in "Hypra-Ass" format- a little-known Assembler here in America. I will post some link to the D64 file as soon as it is ready (along with any and all assembly instructions).
By the way if I am to post in other message forums it is only right to change my name- so I'll name it the same thing I name my SSID in case you're ever in a 30 foot range, heh.
Like anyone cares. Still, it's only fair to give a fair warning - I am Wsoft here but to anywhere else in the forum I will use sidswlan because my email is email@example.com. Otherwise, if it concerns this ancient program I can put on the old name at any time so just beware there *is* a Dr. Jeckyll and that he only comes out when there's enough coffee on the stove.