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Re: AmigaOS port of libsmb2
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@Raziel
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Raziel wrote:@pvanni

Thank you too.

I did all of this and end up with a volume which i cannot access (cd object not found)

May it be because i have the same share already available through smbfs or hsould they be able to exist happily beside each other?


Be shure they have different volume name

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Re: AmigaOS port of libsmb2
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@Raziel

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Raziel wrote:@all

Can someone give me a quick rundown on what to do before using libsmb2, please?

The readme says to use my share like this:
smb://[<domain;][[:]()][:]//

I don't have a smb: set up right now

...and can't I just use my ip address as with smbfs (which I'm using)?

Thank you


A little note, instead of () you must use @

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Re: AmigaOS port of libsmb2
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I noted that files dates and times are not preserved,
ie the file date and time on destination are the date and time at
the moment of copy and not the originals.

Are there a way to preserve them?

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Re: New Sam460cr boards will hit the road soon!
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@kas1e,
you are speaking about Italy's customs handling,
when a parcel hit that place you never know if and when
it can get out.
I have a shipment waiting from 7 January.
I hope you are luckier than me.

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Re: Can't get network connection working on 5000
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@Paul
maybe it's easier to momentary remove the MAC addresses limit
in the router, this way you can see the X5000 MAC address
seen by the router

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Re: Shaderjoy 1.0
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Here are my results (X1000 + R7 250X + VSYNC disabled + default Window size):

default (blue window) : 1391

capehill/amigaa : 1374
capehill/bars: 1272
capehill/gear: 1375
capehill/helloh: 1379
capehill/helloh2 : 1369
capehill/mandelbrot: 68
capehill/nuts: 1386
capehill/ripple: 1390

shadertoy/dueling_mandelbulbs : 582
shadertoy/foot_torus: 18
shadertoy/kissing_donuts: 19
shadertoy/sunset: 1315
shadertoy/yetanother_torus: 30

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Re: Odyssey's MediaPlayer thread
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@kas1e
IMHO, it's better hide mouse pointer whith full-window
and I think it doesnt need a configuration option or at least
only to have it enabled or not

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Re: Samba Filesystem
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@nubechecorre
I think that tha Service part is incomplete in the smbfs command line,
probabily you must add condivisa

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Re: Enhancer Bug thread
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@Amigo1,
with the last AmiCygnix version you can use a 32 bit screen, though it's a 16 bit screen converted on fly to a 32 bit one so it's slower than a 16 bit one

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Re: Odyssey 1.23 progress
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I found that adding the https addresses to Vimeo script, full screen
work also on vimeo videos.

Many thanks to all involved you had done a great work


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Re: Samba Filesystem
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It seems you must login to be able to download the file

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Re: Odyssey 1.23 progress
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@kas1e
about altivec,
Quote:

Sure for x5000 nothing good, but peg2 and x1000 users have pretty good speed up now, up to 20%, that can't be consider as non-important for sure :)

and don't forget AONE XE-G4

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Re: Odyssey 1.23 progress
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On my X-1000 the video on test page from samo79 play better than
beta 3 with 10-20% lower CPU usage

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Re: os4 cpu metter ?
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On my X1000 I have 2/3 %, maybe you have something that run in background

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Re: Small problem with https (probably)
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Maybe something was left in the browser cache

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Re: Syntax highlighting -- need these?
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@kas1e,
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And none of editors we have have normal ability to do vertical selection of text areas like done in lets say "Far" on win32, or notepad++.

Vim can do this and has syntax highlight for almost every
needs and if a particular language/format doesnt exist
it can be done making a new syntax definition.

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Re: 2019 AmigaOS 4.x Graphics Card Survey
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@Hans
or maybe better support for zorro III ram

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Re: VIM the editor
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@kas1e,
wow, now all work very well, swap files and even persistent undo

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Re: VIM the editor
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@kas1e,
great work, many thanks to you and to sTix

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Re: VIM the editor
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@kas1e,
.swp file has two use:
to prevent multiple istances of VIM to edit the same file
and to recover from a crash
.swp file on linux and win are removed on exit.

Anyway the protection bit of .swp files must be correctly set
otherwise they cannot be read in case of crash recovery
with the -r parameter invoking VIM

VIM can also create another file for persistent undo if
activated (set undofile) also this feature actually
doesnt work but the .swp problem it's more important
than the persistent undo

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