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System Commander (SC) is a graphical boot manager/loader software application developed by VCOM. It allows for multiple operating systems to be installed on a computer. The software operates in a command-line interface, where commands can be typed in a DOS-like shell-like interface. It also has support for booting from a SCSI bus and a CD-ROM. Commanding multiple operating systems at once is called Domain mode. Domain mode (DM) can be used to turn a computer into a multi-purpose server that can boot from either a CD-ROM or hard drive. Another usage is to have multiple domain mode SCSI controllers.
The software uses the following command blocks, options and variables:
Command Block Definitions
Command Status Table (6 bytes)
Command Block Reply Status: (2 bytes)
String Table (64 bytes)
n 8.1 for an unsigned type
p Ignored on some platforms, useful for compilers.
v Halt the boot process.
i Insert the primary drive to be used to boot.
a Boot off of a SCSI adapter rather than a traditional CDROM (3. 220.127.116.11.4.8.1 Install Driver Update
Byte  System Status.
Byte  Driver Status.
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This table is used to control the setup of the SCSI subsystem. The System Status byte is 3 if the command works and 4 if the command fails, for example, to access the SCSI subsystem. The Driver Status byte is 1 if the command failed. The Halt command causes all of the devices to stop and ignore new commands.
n General DOS command for a command, usually a print screen, or to erase a character.
s Drive number of the DOS drive.
d [Number] Whether or not the command is to be sent to the SCSI or Controller.
c [Command] The number of the command. If this is an error message that is used to reset the SCSI controller.
i [Number] Used for end commands. The internal number of the command. If the command is 3 bytes long, then the third byte