The tool is a MS-DOS 16bit program and should work on any MS-DOS/Windows
system (Ix86 compatible). An AT is probably the minimum machine type, but
it just might work on an XT. We have not been able to test this, though.
It seems that all images with 9 or 10 sectors/track will be formatted and written without problems. This means anything between 1 and 84 tracks or something :). Above that, like 11 and 12 sectors seems to fail at this time, at least it does on the boxen and floppy drives we've tested the tool on.
This needs some resolving ;)
NOTE: we'd like some feedback, so if stdisk works for you (or especially if it doesn't) email us, if many of you report the same undocumented features (bugs) we might be able to fix them...
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A user (Thomas) from Germany has been so kind to make a German manual (anleitung) for stdisk. You can get it here.
Have a look at some screendumps: