IBX-100 - where's the disc image???
The first is to have an image of a blank disc. Let's face it, if you had a blank disc, it would
be exactly no use whatsoever. If you need to download a boot image, this implies that you
do not have a machine capable of handling Argo format zip discs. Therefore... no way to write the
required data onto the disc. So...
...exactly. It's a non-starter.
The second, and only, option is a complete boot disc. This would contain the relevant part(s) of RISC OS 3.70 required to call up the desktop properly. I'd also be inclined to pop on !Flash, !VNC, a telnet client such as !FreeTerm, anything else that might be useful - both in running the box and in hacking it's innards.
Sadly, while the software mentioned above is copyable in this context, the parts of RISC OS 3.70 that may be required are covered by copyright and may not be legally stuck on a disc image and offered for download. It's a big no-no. Really.
What would be required is explicit permission to copy at least Wimp 3.98, DisplayManager,
DragASprite, parts of the Filer, Pinboard, TaskManager, TaskWindow; the support files (Messages,
Templates, etc) and any other useful things such as !Edit, !Paint, and !ChangeFSI...
...however this would require permission from the copyright holders of RISC OS 3.70. Who is this these days? Tematic, Pace, Castle, RISC OS Ltd?
If you are the copyright holder and you don't object to this - please get in touch! :-)