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Re: Gapless MP3's
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@bean

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Perhaps some nice new ways to queue tunes using CLI/ARexx port are needed in order to support AMuse etc?


Some questons so far: cli commands do not allow me to expunge the file entries tunenet loads on startup (PROGDIR:tn_deflist.m3u).
And: how to communicate with tunenet via arexx? Readme doesn't say a thing about it. I wish there's arexx interface and an old wish of mine: to query the current playback time....

Thanks,
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Re: Gapless MP3's
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@bean

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This will work if the files come after each other in the list so:

TuneNet mp3:track1.mp3 mp3:track2.mp3 will play them as gapless.
(I've a fixed exe which will be released soon for the -load and relative path issues).

Perhaps some nice new ways to queue tunes using CLI/ARexx port are needed in order to support AMuse etc?


Yep. The inevitable is here. Gapless playback is a must. And to find a way to make the notification server to display the relevant album cover.

Jack

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Re: Gapless MP3's
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@bean

Cool
I guess that doesn't apply to regular playback of files?

Jack

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Re: Writing Amiga <-> PDA software
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@kvasir

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kvasir wrote:

How many Amiga users use PalmOS PDAs?

How many of these users are OS4 users? (I can E-Mail the source code to my brother, who has an A-1 if needed)

What Palm Apps. are commonly used by Amiga users? (The basic ones, being datebook, to-do list, memopad, and the addressbook are being addressed.)

What Equivalant apps are used on Amiga? (I'm initially developing it to convert datebook to limpidclock, addressbook to YAM's address book, while memopad and to-do lists will probably end up as Amigaguide or HTML formats)

Are there any specific "needs" any Amiga user with a PalmOS PDA has?


Hey, add one here
I use old trusty zire21 here. Best 100 bucks I spent on electronic equipment (price/preformance-wise).
And I use AOS4 (fixed A1XE).
I use addressbook, schedule app, notepad, memopad. And some 3-rd-party studd like isilo viewer and a dictionary. I'm very interested in bringing support for usb palm devices to AOS4.

Jack

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Re: OS4.1 Update 1 problems & solutions
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@TSK

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TSK wrote:
@Jack

Btw. Popup menus have Version string option now. Getting version of SLB that way gives me Quote:
slb_v2 1.19 (26.11.08) Compile options: CD booting, HD booting, SFS support, Linux on RDB booting, TFTP boot support.

(Popup menu option gives better version string than information window.)


9.aos4.1:> version l:slb_v2 full
slb_v2 1.19 (26/11/08)
Compile options: CD booting, HD booting, SFS support, Linux on RDB booting, TFTP boot support.

(banging meself on the forehead, should have tried the version to get the definite answer....)

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Re: OS4.1 Update 1 problems & solutions
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@Jack

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Jack wrote:
Just installed the update, and found this:

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Ringhio is a system-wide notification server for AmigaOS 4.1 NOLINE
NOLINE: Unknown command
NOLINE failed returncode 10
NOTIFICATIONS is a preference editor for the Ringhio server NOLINE
NOLINE: Unknown command
NOLINE failed returncode 10
No description available NOLINE
NOLINE: Unknown command
NOLINE failed returncode 10



Bumping it: does anyone knows what might produce the following after boot?

Edit:
And this again: here slb (from update CD) doesn't support booting from jxfs partitions. Is it by desing or something wrong in my setup?

TIA,
Jack

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Re: New TuneNet on OS4.1
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@ikir

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ikir wrote:
@ChrisH



It support only audio over audio cable. So it is no use for Sam users with sata cables. TunesNet play the audio via software like any modern system... just lack the CDDB


Why should one play the data via software? Sounds like one hellova recourse hog to me, just encode them into something sensible with tags and play. If you still insist, the app doesn't now it plays cddb. In your situation, the audio is presented as regular files by the cd filsystem. PlayCD etc calculate the CD ID using track lengths on the media itself.

Anyway, TuneNet rocks here, I love the OSD display

Jack

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Re: should we re-install AmiCygnix now that the update is here??
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@328gts

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328gts wrote:
@LiveForIt

actually this did'nt work for me (said I was missing some libraries etc) but I just re-installed the base package and all was fine with my different apps in order


No need to reinstall:
copy Backups:sys20100117/Libs/sysvipc.library libs:

And if needed: copy from your backup's devs:internet/ users+groups files as well. Default setup doesn't require this step, it's nedded only in case you run cygnix as different than root (pseudo)-user.


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Re: OS4.1 Update 1 problems & solutions
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Just installed the update, and found this:

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Ringhio is a system-wide notification server for AmigaOS 4.1 NOLINE
NOLINE: Unknown command
NOLINE failed returncode 10
NOTIFICATIONS is a preference editor for the Ringhio server NOLINE
NOLINE: Unknown command
NOLINE failed returncode 10
No description available NOLINE
NOLINE: Unknown command
NOLINE failed returncode 10


I looked with text editor into ringhi binary and found "C:echo %s NOLINE >Ram:tmp.txt" that might provide a clue.

Another issue:
looks like booting from jxf partitions isn't supported yet (I installed slb_v2 1.19).
Meanwhile worked it around by formatting old partition once used by linux kernel with sfs and copying the Kicktart dir there.


Gone to explore more (AmiCygnix apps crash)

Jack

Edit: Amicygnix required copying a file from backup as per its system requirements:
http://www.amigans.net/modules/newbb/ ... t_id=44504#forumpost44504


Edited by Jack on 2010/1/17 12:37:54
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Re: Have you interest to have "putty" for os4 ?
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@kas1e

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kas1e wrote:
- GUI (mui)
- working with network for SSH (at begining). That can be over openssl i think.


What has openssl to do with that besides that implementation of openssh protocol will require openssl library.

As to mui gui, muicon is n enhanced con implementation, and theres sshcon.
We need a tabbed console window anyway. Not for ssh only, but for AOS itself.
Once there's one with proper terminal capability (ansi/vtxyz etc), the existing ssh port will benefit from it.

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Re: Have you interest to have "putty" for os4 ?
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@kas1e

It would be nice, but porting windows tool with to AOS sounds one PITA.
Edit: just saw there's an unix version too, appears to be a gtk one, that implies cygnix...

I would like too cee muicon from mos or similar on aos.
Meanwhile stuck with VinCEd till something better materializes.
OT: ssh server for AOS would be a nice thing to have too.

Jack


Edited by Jack on 2009/11/25 19:22:23
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Re: AmigaOne-XE/G4 - VGA:ERROR
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@Snuffy

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Snuffy wrote:
@Lemen
#13
It was up for about 15 mins before I went out. I'd left it running, but when I got back the screen was black with no video again.

Well, it was hybernating; DPMS mode or something like that. Usually moving the mouse or SpaceBar brings it back. This sounds like maybe your problem - switching out of hybernation or boots up in this mode? Did you change anything in Prefs/Screen Blanker lately?


But that wouldn't result in vga error after reset.
The card doesn't care if the display is there or not.
I would start with LiveForIt's and Raziel's hints.
And checking/cleaning the dust inside the agp clot wouldn't harm.
Even cleaning the contacts with alcohol or other appropriate substance (while the power chord is disconnected).

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Re: Colour Laser Printers that work with OS4.1
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@Skov

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Skov wrote:
So... to recap...

I might be in the market for a printer to use both with my mac and my A1.

I am basically looking for a printer that supports postscript?



If you are looking for network printer, then postscript is the only choice I'm aware of.
Another option is too hook it to mac and share it. If you can share it as socket or lpd printer, then from amiga side it isaccessed in the same way as regular network printer. And in this case postscript is desired as well.

If you want to be able connect it physically to both machines: I have no idea how usb printers are supported under AOS4. Serial/parallel connection should work. I have no experienceto share for this case.

Jack

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Re: Colour Laser Printers that work with OS4.1
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@gerograph

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I am also looking to get a Xerox Phaser 6180MFP. Some questions:
1. Is Photoprint also to dark ? (compared to e.g. windows print out)


It isn't a photo printer. And printoutis fine on either, Linux/AOS4.1

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@All
2. Anybody using a All-In-One colour laser here ?


We have one at work.
It can scan to samba share or ftp server., and into email (didn't test this option, we use ftp only)

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Re: Colour Laser Printers that work with OS4.1
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@tldaley

Xerox Phaser 6180N, networked using lpr.device in socket mode (raw).
No issues.
Afair, already 2 yrs.

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Re: remove icons from desktop?
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@328gts

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328gts wrote:
@Jack

.all I have in my Home:idesktop/ drawer is 'shutdown.lnk"...don't see any other icons there


this icon is te only one that "shipped" in default configuration of AmiCygnix.
I had no other icons and one of the first things to do was to delete the shutdown.lnk.

Can you send a screenshot or host it online and post a link to it?

Jack.

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Re: remove icons from desktop?
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@328gts

Whadya mean "deskto icons"? panel or the desktop itself?

lxpanel config is here:
HOME:.config/lxpanel/default/panels/panel


About desktop (in case of idesk) HOME:.idesktop/*.lnk

Jack

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Re: SGI 80-core Personal Supercomputer packs a punch on the cheap
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@LiveForIt



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LiveForIt wrote:
@goody

It looks like 10 normal computers whit etch 8 cores.
I wonder how they deal whit heating..


These fans are big strong noisy m-r f-s.
And environment must be with constant a/c at 19-20C or so.
Here 1U rack blade from the same sgi (2x8 core units) makes a noise making a phone conversation from same room quite a challenge (it sounds like bit muffled drill). Heating is no issue there, mobo temp is ~25C, cpu 30C under 50% load. Not for desktop use

Jack

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Re: What is needed for speedup Amicygnix ???
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@gerograph

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gerograph wrote:
@cygnusEd
Just wondering wether it is possible to port XSane + Epson2 backend to Amicygnix ? I think, it would be very handy to use a modern (All in one) scanner


Xsane is a GUI to sane, sane uses various "backends" to access the hardware (parallel port/usb etc.), these have to be written for AOS, so (imho) it won't be just porting..

Jack

Edit: oops, software->hardware


Edited by Jack on 2009/9/24 9:55:26
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Re: Resize an array in C
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@all

One could make a C++ class with proper resize functions and assertions for access beyond the allocated size.
And add to the mix proper equivalents for string functions .
And also make it a template class to unbind the array from specific data type.

I bet STL has something that does that.

Jack

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