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Re: Update from 2.1.X to 2.2

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Did you check if all sound units are set to the right driver in AHI prefs?

Posted on: 8/17 12:43
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Re: Update from 2.1.X to 2.2

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Also, I don't think there's much/any difference in the system files between 2.2 and 2.2.1, so you might not notice any difference in stability.

Posted on: 8/16 10:43
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Re: Installing Icaros Desktop on Virtual Box

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LambdaCalculus wrote:

Here's a good setup that I use for Vbox:

* 1 CPU core (2 can be used if desired)
* 2GB RAM (if you can spare it; 1GB is also okay)
* 8GB HDD as mentioned by Yannickescu
* 128MB video RAM
* Use SB16 as emulated sound system (AC '97 also works)


Sorry to nitpick, but there's no advantage to using more than one core (unless you're using the experimental SMP build of AROS) or more than 8MB of video RAM. It's also sometimes necessary to specify an older chipset such as PIIX3.

Posted on: 8/15 11:06
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Re: Does anyone use a Thinkpad?

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Are you running AROS natively or hosted? Because we don't have native PCMCIA support.

Posted on: 8/7 16:06
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Re: SFS issue on IcAROS 2.2.1 (SOLVED!)

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I haven't looked at the implementation, but I would have thought that it would simply "move" the file into .recycled, and not require any temporary space to do so.

Posted on: 7/22 8:01
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Re: SFS issue on IcAROS 2.2.1 (SOLVED!)

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It sounds like a bug alright.

Posted on: 7/21 9:24
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Re: ScummVM and multiple libs of same name

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Are they all linklibs? If you're using Metamake, the %build_linklib rule has a libdir option to put the library somewhere other than the default dir.

Posted on: 7/21 9:15
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Re: gethostname Crashes AROS

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Yes, I was aware when writing my previous post that it was vague, and therefore not as helpful as it could be, but I hoped I could point you in the right general direction. I'm frustrated by the lack of AROS documentation too, but it's possible the issue discussed here is documented somewhere and I'm just ignorant of it.

However, it isn't unusual in programming generally for there to be things that "may" be done but don't have to be, e.g. a C function without a return value can end with a return statement, but doesn't have to; specifying the size when defining a C string is optional.

Posted on: 7/14 16:07
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Re: gethostname Crashes AROS

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Are you asking about opening libraries in general, or just bsdsocket.library? The example you linked to uses some libraries without manually opening them, but not bsdsocket AFAICT. Yes, there are some core libraries that can be automatically opened, but I don't have a list of them handy.

AFAIK you should always include proto/bsdsocket.h if you're going to use functions from that library, but it may have been made optional to make porting of Linux code easier (I'm just guessing). I would include it if doing so isn't causing problems.

Posted on: 7/14 11:08
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Re: SVN access -> account expired?

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Unfortunately the old hashed passwords weren't compatible with the new server, so new accounts had/have to be created. Also unfortunately, the web-based account creation process had to be disabled because there was a constant stream of spammers/bots trying to create accounts.

Posted on: 7/14 10:57
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