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Re: SFS issue on IcAROS 2.2.1 (SOLVED!)

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Ok, I did it. I've found some files of 1 kb to delete, so I had at least 3 kb free space shown by DirectoryOpus 4, so now I'm able to delete bigger files. Can this be classified as BUG? Or is this a feature of SFS?

Posted on: 7/16 12:09
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SFS issue on IcAROS 2.2.1

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I had trying to install IcAROS 2.2.1 on a old 4 GB spare usb stick for some experiment. Now I understand that 4 GB are not enough. Now I want tailor it to my needs deleting some unused thing and copying things that weren't already copied, but now here is the problem: the free space is 2 kb. Now I can't delete anything on that key because it's... full! What I can do to delete files and save on install times? Do I need to format that stick and start everything from scratch?

Posted on: 7/16 11:21
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Re: Icone standard in Icaros Desktop

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Le icone le puoi trovare in Extras:Icons/AROS-Gorilla.zip. Se non sbaglio esiste un programmino che copia al volo tutto il set di icone, ma non l'ho mai usato e non ricordo il nome. I gusti sono gusti, ma personalmente trovo il set "Gorilla" orrendo.

Posted on: 7/12 11:44
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Re: File sharing with Windows 7

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Quote:

ntromans wrote:
So, what about unplugging the fibre optic or ethenet cable from the router so you're isolated fron the internet, enable SMP1 on Windows, transfer the files and then disable SMP1 before reconnecting to the internet?

Cheers,
Nigel.


I can do this. Do you know an easy way to turn on and off SMBv1? Do I need to edit the registry manually?

Posted on: 7/4 12:30
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Re: Max filesize

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I need to understand what I can do on AROS and what I can't do.

Can I unpack IcAROS dvd iso and burn it with Fryingpan without errors?

Can I mount the iso file with DiskImageGUI?

Can DirectoryOpus 4 handle that iso file even if it is shown with a negative and totally wrong filesize?

And what about fixing DirectoryOpus 4 to show the right filesize? Is that too complex to fix or is a reasonable easy task? And a more important question... is there someone that want to do this task? Maybe an alert can be added to DirectoryOpus 4 to show a message like "This file is too big to be managed by this program".

Posted on: 7/4 12:17
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Re: File sharing with Windows 7

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Because the files I need to copy are mostly archives or files about 1 gb. Sometimes are smaller than this. I usually copy what I need to an usb key, but now for some reason I don't know I can't use the same usb key because IcAROS 2.2 can't read them. On 2.1 I had no problem at all with those keys and If I boot IcAROS 2.1 the keys are fully working. For now I can use only a 2 gb usb key.

Posted on: 7/1 14:22
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Re: File sharing with Windows 7

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I don't know how WannaCrypt and Petya works.. can I use SMBv1 safely if I use a router to connect to internet?

How can I configure ftp to not use MyWorkspace? I never used it and the files I want to copy are on different partitions. Copying files to MyWorkspace then on Windows, then deleting it from MyWorkspace is a boring task. How can I copy files from AROS to Windows and not vice versa?

Posted on: 7/1 12:52
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File sharing with Windows 7

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I've managed to get file sharing on Windows 7. It's much more complicated compared to XP. I can transfer files but it takes really long times. Copying 18mb files to Windows takes about 20 minutes. What I'm doing wrong? How can i speed up file transfers?

Posted on: 7/1 4:45
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Re: Max filesize

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Can SFS handle IcAROS's iso file without messing up the filesystem? Can DirectoryOpus 4 handle that iso file even if it is shown with a negative and totally wrong filesize? And can Fryingpan burn it without errors? Do they need to be updated to use 64 bit operation? I' d like to be able to manage IcAROS's iso under AROS, without the need to use Windows.

Posted on: 6/29 3:51
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Max filesize

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How big a file can be on SFS? I ask this because some weeks ago I tried to write an ISO of IcAROS 2.2 with Fryingpan and It didn't work. The same ISo written with Windows worked fine. In the same way, I tried to mount the iso with DiskImageGui and some file were copied as empty files. Maybe this happened with files beyond the max file size allowed by SFS. DirectoryOpus 4 show the filesize of these files with a negative and totally wrong number. Should this mean the filesize is too big for SFS? BTW, can someone fix (if easily feasible) DirectoryOpus 4 to show the right filesize?

Posted on: 6/28 13:38
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