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Re: Does anybody know contact details for Christoph Szczecina

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Hi all. Thanks for the interest in ZuneGOCR. In fact I should take care of the rankings of my own page.. http://www.szczecina.org. I have just recetly moved to the Netherlands so I am a bit short on time. I would however really like to continue the works on Wanderer someday.

Steven, I sent you a mail regarding the port.

Posted on: 2010/3/15 11:38
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Re: AE Back on track

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4play, m0ns00n, great work guys! Looks good! Much better then the new a.org

Keep up the good work!

Posted on: 2009/5/26 17:57
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Re: Gnash ported to Haiku

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paolone wrote:

You are looking at AROS developers not as like a sum of individuals, but as a unique entity, which is a wrong assumption. I don't want to seem rude with you (sorry for that), but what everyone of us feels more urgent doesn't practically matters and won't impact on AROS development, where many individual people are working on different subjects, at the same time, each in his own field of competence. If you feel drivers are so urgent, you have either two ways to get 'em: 1) code them by yourself, 2) hire someone to do that, and pay him for the effort. Unluckily, there aren't many others, apart waiting faithfully or setting up bounties.

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Paolo, thats a great political answer.. we should store in a save place and put on top of this page once a while, could be periodically!

Alla salute!

Posted on: 2009/2/26 6:32
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Re: Amiga Style Double Buffering support ?

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You can most probably count demoscene productions using Amiga OS graphic routines on the fingers of one hand. Most productions used direct HW access and even an m68k layer as someone in the other thread suggested, wouldnt bring you there anywhere.. UAE integration is the only resonable solution.

Inituition should be quite complete in AROS though.

Posted on: 2009/2/18 4:19
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Re: Aros OWB Browser Stage Two Development Bounty Discussion

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madcrowmaxwell wrote:
In theory, there are ways of getting Youtube videos in the MPEG-4 format. Rather than trying to reverse engineer flash, we could add special hacks that just call up and display the MPEG-4 videos.


Come on, you want to hack around with MPEG-4 while having a developed project as Gnash which has even been prioritized by the GNU people. Hacks tend to loose support soon, compare to Sputnik or other YouTube hacks on Amiga.

We have a port of Cairo provided by Rob and MPlayer with FFmpeg is also around.

Posted on: 2009/2/9 9:36
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Re: Quake and sound

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Good job Louis! Now a good generic sound driver for VmwAROS! Smalls steps keep up the motivation!

Posted on: 2008/11/11 16:26
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Re: Status update

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1. Implement emudisk.device which would use files on host OS side as HDD images. This would allow to use native AROS filesystems with the hosted port, completely getting rid of all host limitations.


How would it differ from fdsk.device which we have now?


By it's name which makes it obvious what it can be used for

Posted on: 2008/10/25 18:35
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Re: VmwAROS 0.7 compatibility issue at boot

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legacy USB support is done through BIOS of your board - it works in SMM (System Management Mode) which most likely conflicts with AROS for some reason.


Thanks for explanation Michal.. and for the fix of course!

Paolo maybe you could even add OHCI/UHCI loading to user-startup to the distro. People having no PS/2 devices could just use the live version without messing around with these then. Especially with the legacy USB issues.

Posted on: 2008/4/25 4:29
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Re: VmwAROS 0.7 compatibility issue at boot

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On VIA EPIA CN-1000 I had to disable lagacy USB support (HID) in order to make it boot. Otherwise it would crash after the mouse pointer pops up.

BTW: I have an issue with loading the USB stack in user-startup. C:Loadresource DRIVERS:uhci.hidd works perfectly when executed in shell but fails to proceed when added within user-startup. It just stops the execution of the script without any output. Any hints?

Posted on: 2008/4/25 3:30
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Re: Sound support under VMware / ES137x AHI driver

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Yeah, that was a good idea... Kalamatee dont you have some stubs for that one already?

Posted on: 2008/3/22 7:13
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