DGSET - A Quick and Dirty Setup Program for the UltraLite

Dale Gass (mks!dale@watmath.waterloo.edu)
Thu, 16 May 91 20:31:52 EDT

For those UltraLite users who find 64k is a little outrageous for a resident
setup program, here's an alternative:

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The usage is simply "DGSET" followed by the options letters. These can
be bunched together, or separated by spaces. The valid options are
as follows:

A - Automatic backlight
H - High level backlighting
L - Low level backlighting

F - Fast CPU speed
S - Slow CPU speed

D - Double dot font
N - Single dot font

Not that these options will not linger after a reboot, so one should put
the appropriate DGSET command in their startup file. (I guess you
non-MKS Toolkit users call it AUTOEXEC.BAT :-) If it meets your needs,
you can remove SETUP.EXE from your startup and save 64k of memory...

Feel free to redistribute. (As DGTERM seems to be popular but brings in
no regisrations, I won't even try to make this shareware; besides, who
would pay for 213 byte program :-)

If anyone is interested, I'll post a note describing the port addresses
used by DGSET, which I found by hacking through SETUP.EXE.

Enjoy,

-dale