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Re: Port request: libgphoto2
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@tekmage

It would nice.

Couple of questions came to mind.

We dont have raw-processor.

I have 20.8 MP and 45,7 MP cameras. 45.7 MP with 14bit per pixel is quite lot of data.

Any ase it needs memory and raw processor power. Many, if not all raw processors uses gpu . It may help, if it is possible with amiga.

By the way, Cr2_dt from os4depot can open low res jpeg embedded on raw. Tested with nikon raws. Not very useful.

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Re: AmiStore is broken for me
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@Nostromo

If I remember correctly… I had same problems at start.

Wrong user/psswd just goes like that. It doesnt say anything, login just fails.

Too long password? I use long passwords and you can put longish password to system, but amistore cant handle it. I have now 15 characters, and it is enought short.

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Re: Command "Dir" 54.5 (c) 2022 AmigaKit, command not working from AUX:
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AUX console device to serial port. So you can can use shell via serial. Afaik.

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Re: Mounting ADF
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If I remember correctly, amiupdate brings update over version, wich comes OS41FE extras. So extras version is not latest.

Edited: I installed in order OS41fe, upd1, upd2, enhancer 2.2 and extras. Extras installer didnt work well on that order. Some packages failed to install.

So if you have Enhancer package, probably safest go with version from os4depot.

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Re: Newbie questions, SAS/C OS3 code to OS4 gcc conversion
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@msteedQuote:
msteed wrote:@Mlehto

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#define __USE_SYSBASE 1 is brobably SAS/C-only. Wjhat it does and what it needs on new gcc env?



That tells the SAS/C code to get the address of ExecBase from a global variable called SysBase, instead of getting it by reading address 4. GCC always uses SysBase, so this definition is not needed (but it does no harm if present).

Ok, thanks. Tried to find gcc equivalent and didnt find any. If it is there automagically, it explains. And makes things little easier.



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setpri.c:98:26: error: 'struct Library' has no member named 'TaskWait'
tasklist[0] = &SysBase->TaskWait;
^~

By default the OS4 includes define SysBase as a generic pointer to struct Library, rather than what it actually is, a pointer to struct ExecBase. That allows calls like OpenLibrary() and CloseLibrary() to work without needing to cast to and from a pointer to whatever that library's base is called.

But of course struct Library has no TaskWait and TaskReady fields, so you get errors. One way to fix this is to cast SysBase to a pointer to ExecBase before referencing those fields. Another way is to add the definition

#define __USE_BASETYPE__

before including anything; that causes SysBase to be defined as pointing to struct ExecBase, which will let the code reference ExecBase fields like TaskWait and TaskReady without a cast.

Note that those two fields of ExecBase are marked as obsolete, so they may not do anything useful even after you get the code to compile. There are enough differences between OS4 and OS3 that OS3 code that pokes around in ExecBase is unlikely to work properly under OS4.


Is seems to work with #define __USE_BASETYPE__. At least it seems. It works as 68k equivalent and really sets priority, setpri NAME/A,PRIORITY/A/N,Q=QUIET/S:
. Who knows, how well it works with OS4 in reality. At least system is still up and running... :)

Thanks really :)

Wanted to set enhancer clock priority bit up, because clock freezes under heavy load. It doesnt follow priority set by icon, at start it turns value on icon back to zero and runs at priority 0.

Yes, TaskWait and TaskReady are marked as obsolete, but didnt find any new functions to same operation. So thats probably why they still works (?).



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Reading general c-manual is bit like eat dry wood or something.

Some people feel that same way about writing code.



At least if you write examples from ANSI-C books, they are bit more dry than desert... :D

Problem is to understand coding related english first and then turn it to programming somehow. Not very easy.

Anyway it is intresting to learn new things and coding with Amiga has been on my list long time.

Thank you for you help, I really apprciate.

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Newbie questions, SAS/C OS3 code to OS4 gcc conversion
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I find relativelly simple intresting code.

I'm stuck in basics.

#define __USE_SYSBASE 1 is brobably SAS/C-only. Wjhat it does and what it needs on new gcc env?

Then there is two obsolete OS3 code. Wich mix probably that first problem...

tasklist[0] = &SysBase->TaskWait;
tasklist[1] = &SysBase->TaskReady;

They gives errors:

setpri.c:98:26: error: 'struct Library' has no member named 'TaskWait'
tasklist[0] = &SysBase->TaskWait;
^~
setpri.c:99:26: error: 'struct Library' has no member named 'TaskReady'
tasklist[1] = &SysBase->TaskReady;


How they are implemented on OS4 ?

I try to understand things way as it is intrest me. Reading general c-manual is bit like eat dry wood or something...

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Re: SDK 54.16
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@Primax

Couple of dancing bananas here:)

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Re: NovaBridge released!
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@kas1e

Thanks for summary.

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Re: Amiwest 2022. Any OS4 announcements expected?
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@levellord

Cinnamon is nice, but development has been pretty slow and there is some basic things missing still. But it is very nice to use.

I think that Ignition is pretty marvellous. There is quite many mathematcical functions, direct connection to database is good idea. What I probably missing most (as engineer), is complete x-y graphs.

In excel-world many ppl uses excel as database and sooner or later it breaks...

Timberwolf was pretty much too slow on my machine. How fast would be libre office?

And how about QT and Calligra? Never tested, just idea... probably needs more than just QT and probably not so fast.

Edit: Calligra seems to need some kdelibs... better forget :)

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Re: AmiDVD patching
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@kas1e

Works fine here. Burned bootable DVD, some CD:s, even DL DVD. No frisbees.

No on the fly burning though.

Peg2 / 1Ghz G4
OS4.1FE + upd2
Enhancer 2.2
Kernel 54.30

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Re: Enhancer 2.2, Multiviewer, Multiedit, InfoWB questions
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Ok,

I removed AmiSSL 5.3 (libs and devs/amissl)and installed 5.2 via updater.


same symptoms still.

Should it work with 5.3?

Multiviewer/Multiedit and Archiver, drag& drop works fine. Just noticed.

Is support@amisphere.com correct for that kind of things?

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Enhancer 2.2, Multiviewer, Multiedit, InfoWB questions
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Hi,

If I open multiple files via icon, wich default tool points to Multiviewer or Multiedit, is it possible to open them automatically to tabs? Not every time new Multiview/Multiedit window.

Probably easy to set up, but I dont find a way...

Same applies to Archiver. Is there way to open Archiver initially to bigger window?

InfoWB has marvellous option to calculate checksums. But by now, only crc32 will be displayed. How to activate md5 and sha1?

Snoopdos says, that InfoWB fails to open amissl v111... wich is not avail as far as I can find.

Thanks :)


Edited by Mlehto on 2022/10/8 11:20:00
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Re: Enhanger 2.2
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@amigakit @broadblues

Encancer InfoWB, List, incorrect size on large files.


Yesterday I made backupfrom my downloads-drawer. With AmiDVD. 6,6 GB iso, burned happily DL disk. Didnt try "on the fly yet".

Workbench View by name shows correct size in window, 7 111 614 464 bytes, RAWBInfo shows 6G. Heh.

InfoWB shows 2 816 647 168 bytes.

Enchancer list-command shows -2 bytes.

AmigaOS list shows 7111614464 bytes.

Copied it to another partition with ench copy-command. sha1sum shows, that correctly.

Good, nothing breaks. I have optical backup.

Seems that AmigaOS List gives correct size. RAWBInfo gives some Gees. Enchancer List and InfoWB cant hadle large numbers atm.

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Re: Enhanger 2.2
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@broadblues

Great, thanks.

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Re: Enhanger 2.2
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@broadblues

Hi,

Most things was user-errors. Probably too many thing to env-archive from old system .

Multiviewer was unable to open chooser gadget. Even after I lifted it directly from setup package to its place. Some other software was allso unable to open chooser gadget.

Amiga-AMP didnt open after first clean install. Same suspended syndrome. Didnt investigate that further, because system had some serious problems. AHI failed. Probably because I didnt set up it when OS4.1 install offered it. Test buttons worked ok, but all other sounds were just pitching.


Next I made after all three OS installs to different partitions. After every step I used Cloantos DirDiff package from aminet. It uses some byte byte comparison. All installs were indifferent. Ok, It complains about some sobjs, but that I leaved alone.

Copied libs and c anyway from old system to new, no overwrite.

As DirDiff came clean, there wasnt any hw-related problem behind.

Bit different, what I did couple of weeks before Enhancer installation. Dont know, if that is normal for pegasos or not. I had serious problems to get pegasos to boot properly. Jamming to boot-screen forever, 13-17 second waits on boot-screen, overall instability problems, grims here and thre without reason.

I reordered kicklayout same as member Belxjander on Hyperion-forum (https://forum.hyperion-entertainment.c ... ANDER+kicklayout&start=33). After that clean booting, no system instability/lockups or surprise-grimms. I allready prepared myself to look via serial, what is happening really, but system work stabile now. Someone in dev-team probably should tinker, is there something to consider. System is been anyway from different planet couple of weeks now.

You are correct, it is not possible rename disk with RAWBInfo. Memory can be tricky... :)


I mean, that if you open information over disk, drawer or file, you can replace icon by dropping new over old one. For some reason my failed installation dropped transparent part of icon and it was replaced by black colour.

Now it works normal, after I made fresh installation without hurry and sensible way.

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Re: Enhanger 2.2
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@joerg

Oh, we had some steep turns during years. No hard feelings.


I really like AmiDVD. It is simple, clean and very amigish UI.

I think that there is room in Enhancer for more good programs, if you have time and motivation.

Welcome back, if you decide to stay :)

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Re: Enhanger 2.2
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@amigakit

Joerg allready explained PartitionWizard, so it doesnt need more lines.

Cant open X-Dock prefs-menu/popup.menu. Downloaded earlier version and it is working. That can be my system only or user error.


Minorities.

If one makes clean install, correct order is OS4.1Final, upd1, upd2, initial setup for graphics mode, ahi, network etc. at that stage, Forgot to set AHI and no working sounds after that. Not Enhance-related. Extras then. If Extras is installed after Enhance 2.2, Extras installs partially incomplete and RunInUAE installer fails and dir-command (new one) Grims. So Extras first :)


Clock and calendar should have option "allways in backround".

Otherwise they look modern and fine really.


Information -> disk or information drawer, file gets some time to open. Sometimes some more. Start time is bit longish for Amiga :)

Correction: One cant rename disks via RAWBInfo either.

Amisphere server eats some cpu cycles, if started from WBStartup. Not much, but noticeable. Easy fix is leaved it out from start and leave updater to open it.

Disk usage pie would probably have some 3d look with extra lines, or bolder circle-lines probably. It is allso quite big and challenging on window related to other components.

I will report, if I found something more.


Dont know how I messed first clean install. Probably too many moved env-variables from last working install. Better without any ...


Thats all for now, most are pretty minor things and if installation is performed sensible order, things should be fine.

OS is stable and more complete and usable. Did I allready mention that copy command :) Something is different. It is fast and more reliable.


Thanks for all involved, respect.


Edited by Mlehto on 2022/10/3 18:43:06
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Re: RadeonHD V.5 driver
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@TSK

Probably correct thread… mobile…

I had to shortened my password to 15 marks on a-eon website with pc. Only letters and numbers. Amistore app probably doesnt like special characters nor too long passwords.

Login fails, and it doesnt say it.

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Re: RadeonHD V.5 driver
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Re: x1000 documentation and other x1000 related questions
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@sailor

Ok, I was going to boot to linux for memory testing purposes. Didnt need, system is stable now.

Intresting reading that link. With little tweaking it is usable on of-systems, thanks :)

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